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A few days ago, i went to switch on my radio and it was stuck on standby , it would not do anything. I unplugged it from the socket, and took out the battery pack and then put it back in to see if this would help. Since then 'nothing' tried a different transformer to check it and still nothing. My radio is 5 years old, nothing untoward has happened to it, please help if you can.
The driver/switch components fail after a few years. Probably a single transistor latch but which one is the question. Try contacting Pure for advice, they may have a repairer local to you.
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Laptop will not power on at all.
Don't know what you have for a laptop, so will have to give you a generic process, here. Power down. Remove hard drive, remove cd reader and/or floppy drive. Remove memory cards. Replace only 1 memory card in the main slot (probably marked as slot 1). Try to power it back up and let us know what happens.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
SOURCE: IBM R40 - 2897...not resonding
disconnect any power remove battery .remove mem and check the mem slots for dust and debris replace mem.remove hd check connections(hd pins)check connecter for dust.refit ;make sure properly housed.reboot,enter bios.reset to default.save settings and exit.pc should now restart.any indications of fault maybe mentioned at startup if not window should boot
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
Take it back to the shop. The Sale Of Goods Act says that goods have to last for a "reasonable" time. It is not reasonable for a laptop to break after 18 months.
or search for "Sale Of Goods Act".
It is possible, however, that the power button is broken. Try getting some compressed air to blow out any gunk from underneath it. If the laptop supports it, remove the keyboard any make sure you don't have biscuit crumbs under the key.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
When you press power button press F1 or F2 or "del" key if you can see bios screen then you not need to refix RAM memory or reset bios.
IF you can see bios screen then lake sure harddisk is detected and SATA is disable then save settings and exit.
Also when you power up press F8 key if you able to see safe mode and other menu then you have change screen resolution enter in enable vga mode.
Then open control panel and display then change scree resolution to 1024*768.
Then apply and ok.
But if you can't see bios screen or nothing in dispaly then you have to refix RAM memory .
Check in back side there is 1 plate open it then refix RAM memory.
If still not get display then open back cover of laptop then find motherbord on it then pull cmos cell for 10 minutes so all settings go to defaults then again refix cmos cell then check.
Let me know if you need more assistance.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Sorry. It seems that your battery is dead.
If your laptop is working fine on AC power only (with the battery disconnected), then your battery will need to be replaced.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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