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Does it do this on the wall power supply?, I suspect not?, It may well be in the Power Settings for the system, but if on battery sometimes the screen dulls right down to save battery, and the lower th battery the duller the screen... If at home, it really should be plugged into the adapter, and really only used off adapter when out, not near power. The power settings ACPI and used by Windows. seems to be to dowith it as you say BEFORE Windows loads, it is OK, after it is not, so it must be a Windows setting?
A lot of Nissan models have an inspection cover in the trunk that you can remove to get at the fuel pump in the gas tank. If not there, perhaps under rear seat, but should be in trunk. Locate it, remove it and have a look for possibility of broken or cracked piece of fuel line hose attached to pump, or look around for other source of your leak. Careful with trouble light near fumes!! Use a good flashlight if you can. Be sure to relieve system pressure before doing anything on fuel lines if that's the problem.
Yes! That's definately your bluetooth indicator. Btw, there should be an icon glossary. try setting and tools/phone info/icon glossary. As far as the BT indicator check your bluetooth menu and disable it, assuming you have no BT peripherals as evidenced by your lack of understanding regarding the BT icon and effects of peripheral hardware on battery life.
You may also wish to do a little research on crop circles. But try not to get too weirded out.
This symbol means that the backup battery needs to be changed. The backup battery is a button-type battery, CR1616. It is located under the main battery behind a small square panel. Instructions for changing it are in the manual -- look under "backup battery" in the index.
ok so i was looking into things for this problem..and it seems to be verrrry simple. The KE970 only supports 300 in/outbox messages b4 i deletes the next oldest 1 wen u receive/send. So the simple fix is....delete some text messages or just ignore the red message icon.(from wat i can tell all the red message icon is to warn u that ur messaging is full on ur internal phone slots/memory) Hope this helps -Jonathan MacInnis
the red symbol is the erasure prevention slider on the tape. check it's not on or push the slider on and off prevention. this should fix the red symbol, you might have to do it a couple of times before it works. not sure what F14 is can't find it in the manual. try the solution here. if it still turns off after a few seconds i have another way to fix the power.
Seems like your Battery is very low. Try charging the battery for a few hours. If the problem persists, it maybe the time to get a new battery. Like all batteries, UPS Batteries (that store electricity and let s you use it in case of a power failure) have a limited life. This life is averaged to be around 2 years. So in case your UPS has been in use for approximately that much amount of time, the battery is in a near death situation.
For instructions regarding replacing the battery, please refer to your UPS Manual.
PS: Also, I have noticed this kind of behavior when the UPS is connected to a socket powered by an Inverter. This kind of behavior is observed when the Inverter battery is running low.