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BROOKSTONE HDMI PROJECTOR 801143 DOES NOT CHARGE


The Brookstone manual claims it will fully charge after 3-5 hours, but it takes much longer then that. Mine does not indicate green light, but it seems it stops blinking red when its fully charged. After that it run on power directly from the ac-adapter.

If you keep it connected to the AC-adapter after it have stopped blinking red (do not disconnect it at all), it will start to run on the adapter and will not turn off. You will feel the AC-adapter gets hot while its running, something it does not while regular charging.

If it still dont stop blinking red after having it connected to power for 3 days, your AC-adapter is probably faulty. This happened to me, and after allot of research I found this replacement from a US seller on ebay (only five dollars included shipping).

http://www.ebay.com/itm/251623019268?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Good luck with your projector. It a really cool little thing, but it has some design flaws.

Best regards.

Feb 17, 2014 | Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector

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BLINKING RED LIGHT WHEN TRYING TO CHARGE UNIT


I fixed this problem by connect it on the charger,hold +and - keys together for 10 seconds,it started to charge and work well.

Jan 21, 2014 | Motorola Mobility H730 Bluetooth Headset

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Why does the red light keep blinking when I connect the controller to the chargeing dock


A blinking red light on your controller just means that it is charging, as soon as its fully charged, it will stop blinking.

Aug 23, 2011 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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My air hogs hawk eye wont charge.I'v done every thing it says to do in the instruction manual but it still wont charge.


I had the same problem--blinking red only when connected to charge. Try emptying the memory (download and then delete all photos videos). Then leave it in the "on" position overnight to drain the batteries completely. Worked for me (not sure which step since I did them together).

Dec 26, 2010 | Toys

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My sharpshooter and remote both turn on, but the helicopter does not react at all, what should i do?


I had this problem yesterday as well :)

My helicopter charged once worked and flew once for about 5 minutes. Then the helicopter stopped responding to the controller and it wouldn't take a charge. When I connected the remote to the helicopter the CHG light came on solid for about 30 seconds. This means that the controller is waiting to be plugged into the helicopter.

A couple of points to check before you go further:
1) make sure that the helicopter is turned OFF before charging!
2) When charging the red CHG light will blink.
3) When finished charging the red CHG light and the green Power light will blink at the same time.
4) After a certain amount of time both lights will stop blinking to save the batteries.

After taking the helicopter apart this is what I have found:
*The helicopter has a 140mA-H 3.7V Li-Po battery.
*The battery has a little board with 2 tiny computer chips. When the battery is empty these 2 chips will completely disconnect the battery. This prevents damaging the battery and this is why the helicopter stops responding when the battery is empty.
*There are two connections between the battery and the little board - a long connection which wraps one time around the battery and a short connection. My problem was with the short battery connection.

Solution --The little board has a short piece of foil which connects to another short piece of foil on the battery. These two pieces of foil are simply pressed together and then glued. In my case this connection broke. To fix the problem I removed the yellow tape and glue and used a soldering iron to solder the 2 foil pieces together. Make sure that you put tape (any household tape should be OK) back on the battery to prevent any shorts.

Dec 26, 2010 | Master Heaters Air Hogs Sharp Shooter...

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It keeps blinking red while it's charging and I got it yesterday.


The red light on the front of the camcorder is supposed to blink when it is charging. That indicates that it is still charging, the light will stop blinking when it is fully charged. Other than that does it work fine?

Aug 07, 2010 | Flip Video Flip UltraHD 8GB High...

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When i turn on my camera the red light won't stop blinking


change or charge your battery. The red light will blink to indicate the flash circuitry is charging.

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Should the power light be green or red, when I turn camera on it shows a green light then turns red


Red light indicates that the camera is out of charged., Try to charged your battery for 3-4 hrs if you encounter flashing red on a fully charged battery you need to call kodak 1 800 235 6325 ext 12

You can charged you camera using 5V AC Adaptor or a USB cable taht attached into the computer

Nov 16, 2009 | Kodak EASYSHARE M1063 Digital Camera

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Red and Green lights are together blinking continiously


I had this problem. The cancel button was stucked. Open the toner tray and slighly push the button side top-cover up. It released the cancel button for me (actually I was trying to open the top, but it worked). The cancel button was released and the blinking red-green stopped. Printer now working.

Mar 03, 2008 | Samsung ML 1610 Laser Printer

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