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the machine is counting how many coffee is made,and then it's showing that dreg drawer is full. If you empty it before the machine showing that's full -machine don't know that you are empty it.Now you have to remove dreg drawer for 10 seconds and then put it back!
Most cellphones do not actually turn completely off even when you power them down. So there are phones that you need to remove the battery about once a month. Wait at least 30 seconds. And put the battery back in. This will force a "cold boot" and might clear some problems.
I had this happen to me on several different phones. When I called tech support the first thing they wanted to try was remove the battery etc.
what model of cellphone you have... and what heated up is it the charger or the cellphone.. we have two problem either the cellphone or the charger.. but i will tell you to look for another charger where we can check your cellphone. A charger must stop charging when the battery reaches its peak of charge... if the charger doesn't stop charging even the battery is charged then it will cause over heating to the charger or to the cellphone...
is your battery old already? have you dropped your cellphone in anyway? is the battery full charged? first step: 1. replace the battery with a new one. 2.if you dropped you cellphone,look for a nearest cellphone repair shop and let it repair by the cellphone technician. 3.charge the battery full.
Talking on a cellphone uses lot's of power. It could be that your battery charge is low, or battery is malfunctioning. Full charge your cellphone then call someone and see if the problem still persists.
1. reboot your cellphone first. Then try to send. If nothing happens.
2. remove the battery at the back of your phone, then remove the sim card for at least 10 seconds then put the simcard back.
3. Then turn on your cellphone, then try to send message. If you can still send messages, I would suggest to contact your manufacturer for further assistance, if your cellphone is still under with the warranty they can even replace it for you.
Your camera has a built in diagnostic computer. When Nikon gets the camera it connects the camera to a computer to checks for faults much like modern day cars. There is nothing you can do other than try another battery or send into Nikon. Batteries like camera can be bad.
First you have to put out the battery, second you put then both separetely into a box with rice; you must be sure that both be covered into the rice, leave them to 48 to 72 hrs. This should dry completely the cellphone, i hope this may help you