X red color sign inside battery meter while charging
Ihave a moto Q8.I bought it one year ago.Few months ago, my mobilecouldnot show home screen just showing "windows mobile" .In Nepal,thereis no motorola service centre.Later i took my mobile to a local repaircentre,he told me that itneeds software installation,he charged me RS 5000 which is veryexpensive but i accepted it and my mobile got working.Afterone month,another problem arised, When i charge mobile i cann't seemobile charging,shows no battery (X red color sign inside battery meter).Later mobile got turned off.Now my mobile cann't turn on.I thoght mybattery is not working,i bought a new battery and replaced it butmobile could not turned on.I tried my old battery in another motorolamobile,i found its working.So i found that it is not batteryproblem.Again i went to lots of local repair centres,they said that itneeds software reinstallation and flashing which cost Rs 8000.So i amin confussion whether to repair or not as the charge is very expensiveand unaffordable .I think they are cheatingme,so i want to know the exact procedure how to repair my mobile.Lasttime,he repaired my mobile witin around 20min,he just connect my mobileto his computer,noted my mobile IMEI .Now he is asking Rs 7000.InNepal moto Q8 costs Rs 20000. so repairing charge is very high i.e halfof its price. Is there any online support centre from where i can getmy mobile repair and guidances. I am ready to pay online for software.Where i can get moto Q8 software?Please help me. Hoping to hearing soon
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its an alternator not magneto, there should be 3 wires white or yellow, going to the reg\rectifier, multi meter across any pair(unplugged) should show 50-80 volts at 2000rpm non of these should short to earth, multi meter across battery should show up to 14v at 2-3000rpm.with everything plugged back in
if alternator checks out, and no voltage more than 12 at battery , replace regulator,,
all assuming the battery wasn't fried when it ran out of acid
when having a problem with your digital camera. switch it of, remove the battery and charge the battery. When you replace the battery, the error should be gone. If not, you should contact the service centre closest to you.
Did you charge it at all during the 3 months? Did you store chair on a full charge? Check to see if batteries are dead. Batteries should be disconnected and/or stored on a full charge. If left connected they should be fully charge every week.
I had a similar problem with my Acer Aspire after I got a replacement battery about 6 months ago.
I was told to disconnect the laptop, turn it off, disconnect the battery, then press the power button for 30 seconds to reset the charging circuit.
I did this, but it didn't work any better. I thought that since my charger seems to run the computer, but it says 0% Available (plugged in, charging) that there was something wrong with the battery.
So, I contacted the manufacturer of the battery and they said they would refund my money within 7 days after receipt, and they gave me an RMA number for the return on the address label.
I, also, got the battery from Ebay.
Since your problem is that the battery icon with a red X over it says 0%, I would say that maybe the battery is bad, or maybe the battery is not connected very well at the contacts. Maybe blow the contacts off with compressed air in order to clean any dust which may be on it.
I would maybe try another battery to try to see if the charging circuit is bad on the laptop.
If another battery doesn't work, then the charging circuit between the laptop and the battery may be faulty.
The ammeter back in the trunk should be registering when you plug the scooter in. If it isn't, this doesn't mean that it isn't charging as the meter itself may be bad. Put it on charge for a few hours and see if the "fuel guage" on the top of the tiller comes up to full. If it does, than your charger is okay and you just need to ignore the ammeter not working until it doesn't charge at all anymore, then the charger is bad. Note too, that later on when the batteries get weak and you can only go a little ways, that it still means your charger is okay, batteries not. Even bad batteries well show a full charge, but they won't take you far at all. If the batteries don't show a full charge after a few hours, then you need to replace the onboard charger.
IF THE SCREEN IS ALL RED WITH VIDEO VISIBLE AND RETRACE LINES. ADJUST SCREEN CONTROL IN THE FRONT FOR THE RED TUBE ONLY. TURN CONTROL COUNTER CLOCKWISE. IF THAT DOESNT DO IT THE TUBE CAN BE REJUVINATED.
With the battery fully charged, you can us a volt meter. Touching the wands to two separate battery contacts. (I believe it to be the outter two. But you will be able to tell from the reaction of your meter.) If it show you a negative number, simply reverse your wands.
On the CLS1410 and its sister the VL50, there is a battery indicator built into the radio. It will show you on the screen how much charge is in the batteries. Also, with this style of radio, you are using a Li-Ion battery, which will last you about 12-14 months before you need to replace it.
There is a date code on the white portion of the battery label. It is sometimes hard to discern. But if you look you'll see the year followed by the month and date. If the radio was fresh from Motorola when you bought it. The battery date should coincide with its true initial charge age.
normally many cell phones requires 6-10hrs for its batter to fully charge up. also i have seen it where battery can be brand new but doesn't have enough juice to hold the charge. now as far as red light on charger, remember even if you have 99% charged batter and you plug in the charger it will show you red light on phone/cradle.
FYI- all brand new phones are covered with 30 days of warranty replacement with new phone. after 30 days it covers upto 1 year from the date of purchase with refurbished phones.
In your case i think it is just the battery, try having your provider replacing new battery if no luck again then my suggestion will be to replace your phone with new battery with in 30 days.