I never bothered with the warrenty and the one year is over due. But I am having the flash problem and also the very short battery life. Is it worth fixing or sending it to canon or just get new camera?
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There could be a variety of reasons for the battery malfunction, some of which are listed below:
a) low battery voltage due to long term storage without charging (>1 year, charger will not charge if the voltage is too low. What is the voltage?),
b) cell imbalance due to shorting out the terminals (was the battery used for other purpose than running power tools?),
c) internal corrosion caused by exposing the battery to damp environments during its life (need to open the battery and look for signs of corrosion on the cells. Was the battery left out in the rain at some point in time?),
d) battery age, ie, the cells may have reached their end-of-life based on the number of charge cycles (what are the estimated number of cycles?),
e) faulty charger (does the charger charge other batteries?),
f) internal battery damage with broken connections (has the battery been dropped or mishandled at some point?).
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you have some problem with batteries: a) use the same right type from batteries b) if you use rechargable , see if are FULLY charged, otherwise your device charger is defective, and replace batteries. c) power supply is defective draining life for batteries go to the repair shop and fix it. d) remember if you use too much the flash the life is short,+zoom God bless you
1) Short initial charge(s) when the battery was new.
2) Age of battery. Check your date code embossed on the lower portion of the battery below the label. On a three digit code the first number is the year, next two are the week of the year. If a four digit code the first two are the year. Example 142 is 2011 the 42nd week. OR 1142 if a 4-digit code. If you battery is more than 18-24 months old it likely needs replaced.
3) Short charging the battery by putting the radio on the charge too often, or with the radio turned on. Always turn the radio off when charging.
4) Poor connection with the charger. Clean your battery contacts on both the radio and the charger with a pencil eraser.
5) Excessive talking. Heavy talkers radios will run down quickly. It takes more energy to Transmit than to Receive. Using the 5/5/90 rule, your battery should go an 8 hr business day.
Note: There are 3 battery styles available for your radio. The one which comes with the radio is a 1100 mAH battery. There are also two others with higher capacities available.
Right, This fault is due to the waste ink pads being full, The machine will stop working until the machine has been servcied and cleared. Normally it is the end of life once the ink pads are full. By time you get a engineer out with new pads and for him to fit them it would cost more then a new machine, so i would buy a new machine with a one year canon warrenty , be so much eaiser and cheaper
Your xbox 360 is having what is called 3-Rings of death.. its bascially a short in the system when it heats up...are you still under the service warrenty?
call 18004myxbox it was extended to 3 years due to this problem. I would hope that you are.. but if your not there is still hope!!! depending on where you are lots of people can do a easy hardware fix for this.. check out the link
I don't know how much technical skill you have, but I had the same problem and the warrenty had expired. I thought it might be a battery problem. To make a long story short I unpluged the internal battery and pluged it back in and the system came on.