It will not charge; local dealer said it was an internal fuse. Now I have to wait indefinately for a loaner phone and then wait 4 weeks for warranty work.
Does anyone know how to replace this fuse and where I can find one?
Thanks in advance.
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First you need to verify that the lead and the computer are putting out power. You can do this by plugging in another item to the same lead, or you can try and charge the ipod from a docking station, or from another lead and a wall charger.
The internal batteries do go, and can be changed at your local mall phone dealer. Or you can try and do it yourself. I trust that the ipod does come on?
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Compression test (close to equal in all cylinders), fuel pressure test (about 35psi), then have the fuel filter changed(10 part) and the cat-convertor checked. All but the cat, one can do themselves with a few loaner tools from the auto parts shop. May cost about $100 versus what the dealer shop charges.
Norstar doesn't like phones to be moved around some times on the old norstar systems moving phones caused problems. How old is this system and in programming there is a setting called set relocation this has to be a yes to move sets.To move a set to another local unplug both sets wait 1 min. plug one set in it's new local wait 1 min. plug other set in its new local.
i suggest going down to a cell phone store and picking up a new charger and hope that solves the problem, if not then take it back to the place where you got the phone from and send it back to your service provider for repairs. if your on a plan then request a loaner phone until your phone is returned.
t happened to me also exacatly as you described. I went to Alltel and they did some tests & replaced the phone. I had insuramce on it. They gave me a loaner & I sent it back to the service center & they replaced it without any additional charge,
Have to phone sent in for warranty and request a "loaner phone"... sounds like the power drain is too high on the device and it needs service or replacement... another sign would be the unit heating up hotter than normal - is that happeneing?
I can't comment on whether or not the hack is at fault here, but I'm sure it didn't help the situation.
The iPhone's camera has had some issues with failures and image distortion. If possible, make an appointment at the local Apple store's Genius Bar and have them triage it. Depending on how long you've had the phone (30 days or more) they'll probably offer you a loaner phone and send your phone in for a camera replacement.
And BTW, the loaner phone comes with a $30 charge on your credit card. Yes, a credit card is required. If you ask nicely, that Genius might waive the fee, but you still have to put a credit card on file.