Question about Philips Health & Beauty
This problem was happening with the old batteries, got them replaced and put in new nimh batteries, it worked once beautifully and then thereafter, when i press the start button, gives a single buzz and dies..... I have tried to charge with the brush attached with it and all sort of combinations. No luck yet.
If anybody finds a solution, please let me know. I am not in the US now and cannot afford to buy a new one in asia.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Press the open button down for 5 sec and the dvd player will say unlock and then you can hit the open button and the tray will open. I just did this. IT WORKED YEAH!!!!
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
SOURCE: Back up battery
It sounds like (in all 3 cases) a new backup battery is required.while these are cheap to obtain, they are not always that easy to replace. I can provide detial on how to change them if required.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2008
This reset trick works with other Casio Alarm Chrono digital watches, such as my old Model W-720, similar to your F91-W. After the new lithium coil cell is installed and secured with the spring clip, the watch may show random segments in the LCD display or may simply be blank. Insert a sewing needle, paper clip, or blade of a small jeweler's screwdriver into the hole on the back of the movement stamped "AC" (All Clear) to momentarily connect the gold plated contact at the bottom of the hole to the stainless steel battery clip. The battery clip in most such Casio watches is connected to the "+" terminal of the coin cell. This will reset the CMOS chip and it should start up with the watch displaying 12:00 and the date at 1-1. Then, use the control buttons to set the time and date in the normal fashion.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
SOURCE: Batteries "depleted"
Ok. So far this has worked for me. I had exactly the same problem and called Canon service after reading your post.
This is what they said to do, even though it sounds a little hocus-pocus:
• take out the batteries & camera card • clean the battery contacts ON THE CAMERA (those bumpy little things) with an eraser • click the camera on/off button 10 x • click the "take photo" button 10 times • put in newly charged batteries.
Hint: Remove batteries every night. Never leave batteries in for more than 24 hours.
So this has now worked for 20 minutes! There's hope!
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
The solution is to change the small 'date/time' battery. You can have the regular batteries as charged as you like, it won't make any difference. The tiny date/time battery is in the same compartment as the regular batteries, on the opposite side of the hinge. Extract it with a fingernail, it is situated on the left hand wall of the battery compartment (when the camera is inverted and the compartment open).
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
Testimonial: "I don't even knew about the this date-time battery. I will buy a new one and replace it. I am pretty sure this will solve my problem. Thanks"
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