Battery problems always consist of the conditions of where it's being put. Try to keep all your electrical belongings in a cool temperature, mainly around 65 to 70 degrease C. You need to contact the brand provider and make sure you have a warranty on this product, just in case any other problems occur.
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if its just the cluster flashing chanses are it needs to be sent out for repair but try diconecting the battery for a bit then reconect it and see if any thing changes also check and see if teh battery is good low voltage can cause strange things to hapen
This could be any number of things, check all of your belts and make sure they are there. Do a visual inspection of the wires under the hood and make sure none look burned. The last thing to check would be the timing belt on the car under the cover behind the rest of the belts. If this has stripped the car could have jumped time and will not let the car run and could cause more damage the more you try to run it.
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Generally speaking, Li-ion batteries should not be frozen. Putting the battery in a cool
place will help a little, in that while the battery is cold its
'aging' will slow. It will start to lose capacity
permanently at a normal rate when it warms up again.
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cold does strange things.. check battery health with load test... check cables especially grounds... test for parasitic leak of electrical by inserting a test light between battery ground post and cable .. only faint light for radio and comuter should exist ..a bright light means a draw and should be discovered by removing fuses one at a time til located ...good luck
Possible solution. So, my sansa express went dead after pluggin it in to my computer after a few weeks of use. It was totally dead and unresponsive. Didn't turn on at all. Plugging it in wouldn't effect it and windows only recognized a malfunctioning usb adapter. Thus, reprogramming the firmware was out of the question.
Solution: the soft reset actually worked. You have to soft reset (hold down the grey center button and the volume up + key at the same time for a few seconds.) Then plug it into the computer. Voi La. It came back to life. The strange part was that it still wouldn't turn on after the soft reset. It required me plugging it into my computer to revive the thing.
Put 2 batteries in flashlight and ran completely dead. Charged them in 1hr. 50min. Pulled plug per directions for first time charge and plugged back in. Light went out in about 10 - 15 min. Plugged in third time with same results. Is this normal. Haven't tried them in camera yet.