Is there anything we can do from home for this Problem?? I have the tools to take it apart, but not sure what to do after that?? I cant take it to a Verizon store I'm out of country. Any help or idea would be great thanks.
My phone started to do this too! and somehow i accidentally discovered that if i pressed the actual screen (not touched, pushed, not too too hard, but not just touching!) somewhere around the middle, maybe slightly down a little bit, it served as the send button. I dunno if this is a ransom thing my phone does, but it might do the same with yours! Just trying to help you out.
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Most likely there is no power going to the machine. please check and make sure that the power cable is sucurly set in the power outlet. If power still does not come back on please find your home/apartment breaker box. Find the one for washer/dryer and turn it off wait a few seconds and turn it on.
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The home button do tend to break, the iphone 3 or 3gs are straight forward to replace the home button. Remove 2 screws from the end of your phone, 1 on either side of your charging socket. Lift the screen from the home button end as there are ribbon cables on the earpiece end of the screen. You then have access to replacing the home button but the iphone 4 and newer model are alot more difficult as the last thing to be removed is the screen and you have to remove the screen for access to the home button. It is a very cheap fix but if you don't know what your doing when taking apart your phone you could cause alot more damage. Have a look at a internet iphone repair video to see if you would be confident of doing the repair yourself. Before you start to take apart your phone make sure it is not under warranty as taking it apart will void any warranty.
I think your device should be sent to repair. That issue may get worsen by the time. It's probably a hardware fault on the home button and "made in home" tools won't work for that unless you're an expert on repairing mobiles. Send it to repair
The problem is that the broadcasting antenna at the top of the remote is very a very thin wire wrapped around a heavy cylindrical magnet and its solder points are extremely weak. You most likely dropped it and it came loose. I re-soldered mine and it worked perfectly.... until it broke again. The leads are very small and hard to fix.
Chalk it up to poor design.
It is hard to take apart... I got mine apart by wedging a screwdriver in and twisting until it popped apart. (nothing broke) I started at a bottom corner and worked my way up the side until it came loose. It is an easy fix if you know how to solder.
Ok, I took it apart, cleared the clog out, and put it back together. It wouldn't switch to "carpet". Got no answer on my question. Took it apart again, only I went further. Took apart the bottom - brush out, all inside bottom parts out, cleaned all that part of vac. No clogs down there. Ran the carpet/bare floor switch back and forth several times while I had it apart. Put it all back together and it worked fine. Still didn't find a fuse or reset button...
Return it for replacement. If your power source is good and you have pressed the ON switch/button and nothing works, it is likely faulty. If you are not familiar with pulling them apart, it is best not to! Seek a replacement (hopefully under warranty)
This usually happens if the membrane of the sleep/wake button deteriorates and the gold plated contacts between membrane and logic board do no longer establish good contact. There are specialized online tutorials with iPod Repair instructions that will guide you through the steps of taking it apart and reinforcing the contact or replacing the button altogether otherwise you'll have to send it to any third party iPod repair service and they'll replace the membrane for you.
since it doesn't work you might as well take it apart and look around.....chances are the connection got fouled up remember that the newer these game consoles get the more harm small **** like dust and smoke will cause.....so first and foremost make sure you clean your ps3 every week to keep dust out of it and keep it away from a high heat spot or a spot with high dust levels.....make sure its in a very open area and if you cannot achieve this spend the 30 bucks and buy a nykko intercooler for it to filter dust out and keep it nice and cool
with that being said it seems like heat damage....use this guide http://www.llamma.com/PS3/repair/PS3_disassembly_tutorial.htm and take it apart to see what you can find, check for anything that doesn't look normal and make sure that the soder on the circuit for the eject/power on button didn't melt away....the PS3 gets EXTREMELY hot and despite having a fan the size of your fist it isn't nearly enough to keep this bad boy cool....heat damage will mostly be unrepairable but if you can isolate the specific part that is malfunctioning you can also replace it fairly cheaply and at home....just don't let your ps3 run for extended periods of time if you want to keep it for more than 2 months
To reset the 2488 to factory defaults: Simultaneously press quick routing/shift/send/shutdown & turn on the unit.
The 'stop' button problem may require a look under the cover to see if the button is dirty or damaged under there. A good cleaning might do it. As for the 'no guitar out the monitors' issue, this sounds like it might have something to do with the setting of the monitor selector. Make sure it's set to 'stereo' and not effect loop or effect send or even muted. You might want to also make sure your monitor level pot is working properly.