Question about Sanyo Audio Players & Recorders
Hi - my clockradio keeps time fine when the power is on, but loses time rapidly when on backup. The battery is new, replaced several times to confirm. Please help!
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This is a sure sign that your CMOS battery needs replacing, but you may need to take to a qualified repairer as the battery can be hard to access or even locate.
Posted on Dec 16, 2006
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The problem here is condensation inside the camera. I leave the camera turned off, remove the cassette tape and then point a hair drier on warm or low heat and slow speed right into the innards of the camera through the open cassette tape door. I run the hair dryer for 5 minutes and then replace the cassette. If the camera still dosen't work just wait for another 5 or 10 minutes and then it will work OK.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
The backup battery is located inside the phone and canno be replaced by normal methods. the phone needs be disassembled and the battery are solded on the board.
the lifetime of these bateries are very high, maybe 5 or more years, and the charge occurs every time when you charge the phone.
Try to leave your phone charging for more than 3 hours, and if the battery dont charge, try a master reset on it.
If ater all, the battery dont charge, maybe you make some mistake or shorted some circuit. Take apart your phone again and re-check all the steps to reassembly.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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