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Even with a new battery installed, my H19B will not power up. If I plug the USB cable in (the only way I have of charging the PDA), the right-hand red light comes on (after about 3 minutes of waiting) but the battery does not seem to be charging and the screen remains dark (even after leaving it 'charging' over night).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have more of a suspicion of the CPU fan than the hard drive, right now. If a hard drive goes bad, the system will wake up, go through it's POST (Power On Self Test), and then tell you there's an issue with the hard drive. If the CPU fan goes bad, the system turns on, sees an RPM of 0 on the fan, then turns back off. That hypothesis also fits in with the slowness you were seeing. If a CPU starts to overheat (because the fan isn't running well), it will start to throttle the clock speed down in an attempt to produce less heat.
Unfortunately, it sounds like your laptop may be in need of a professional repair facility.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Keyboard Wedge Barcode Scanners are sometimes tricky because they will not operate if the keyboard is physically attached to the Scanners' "Y" cable. A possible solution would be to attach an additional keyboard to the "Y" cable and simply set it aside un-used. (This would allow you to continue to use the Wireless Keyboard; which I assume is USB). I may also be able to program the scanner to operate in a Laptop Mode which would allow you to operate successfully as-is. I would need your exact model number to investigate if this is possible.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Fuse F351 has possibly blown on the board. It is a 2.5A 32v UL type surfacemount fuse which is soldered to the board. The fuse has a coded letter on it for identification. Recomend you find someone who knows electronics to repair
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
SOURCE: please wait very low battery
This is, clearly, a battery issue. Try restoring the iPod by following this article "http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1339". If your issue persists, then you might have to send the iPod in. It might cost you, if your iPod isn't within warranty.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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