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Hi. It's most likely that the battery is completely dead - beyond resuscition if you like. Your phone might power up with the charger after removing the battery or a battery could be had for a few pounds on Amazon or ebay. Check your model
I have a Fujitsu scaleoview c19-1 bought it 10 years ago with a defect from Germany after it was maybe about 2 years old , the defect where only 2 supression coils that where bad soldered in factory so it was going on and off faultering that was the only problem and curiously all used capacitors are still all well have good capacity after all this years only the seperate powersupply on that monitor has have bad capacitors and 5 pcs replaced inside that unit i have beat it open and after replace all was again perfect. IF you have such a monitor with a separate power supply, beware its only a suggestion to help i have the capacitors in that powersupply replaced a 2 years back and i have no problems anymore but in most cases always powersupply capacitors can best replaced after 6 or 7 years even of a corsair power supply what is also very nessecary to do the Chinese black ones the heat dissipation is higher in power supply s and therefore if the size of the radial capacitors is made its to fit on replace then choose it 10 or 20 volts higher parts in place the newer capacitors are smaller take if possible 105 degrees parts or try an other powersupply to look for the screentrouble if thats not help and of control the graphics card and or powersupply of the computer.
I hate to say it, but it is prob the main board that went bad. (the board where all the inputs get plugged into) It is possible that it might be the power supply. One thing to check is to make sure you have 25v coming from the powersupply board to the connectors that plug into the main board. If you do have 24-25v than you will have to replace the main board. If not than the powersupply.
Mine does this too, and I discovered that if you hold the top two buttons (the on/off and the one beside that), while sliding the hold bar the unit will shut off. Then you can turn it on again and 50/50 it won't be rewinding anymore.
At least this way you don't have to take a trip to the computer to plug it in.
When it is red light of death, it either means the bootloader of the phone is faulty (after uploading dodgy firmware updates), or the battery is too empty to start-up, let alone display charging progress. In your case you need to leave the phone charging even with the red light flashing and it will be fine. Give it a few hours connected to the charger.
Your battery is dead. You'll need to return it to Garmin for repairs. Mine did the exact same thing. Functioned fine in the cradle - showed full battery - but shut off immediately upon removal. They know about the problem and shipped me a new unit for free.
sory graham but I think you might need to call samsung customer service and ask for an IT rep
I'm not sure but I have seen a lot of probs like this recently when people up grade to vista.
doesn't matter what make of phone