Whenever I go to make a cut, I seem to do O.K., then the chain comes off the bar. When I put it back on it is very stiff and hard to pull through the bar. Also, once I have tightened the the bar into place and start the chainsaw uyp, I find that the gear will not move the chain.
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A hard reset involves physically removing the battery from the smartphone and then reinserting it. To perform a hard reset, complete the following steps: 1) Remove the battery cover from the back of the BlackBerry smartphone. 2) Remove the battery, and then reinsert it after a few seconds. 3) Replace the battery cover.
I had exactly this problem before. It seems that the extruding bits under the cover were a bit worn so that they failed to consistently activate the sensors below. I cut two pieces of sticker and stuck to the moving parts below and the problem has gone (for now).
my phone wont stay on and when it does come back on it shuts right back off. the LED light on the front keeps flashing red. ive taken the battery out and everything and nothing seems to work. help please!
I have a small solution to what all of you are having with the black screen. I had the same problem so, what you want to do is keep pressing the power button. You do not turn the phone off, you will just put it in standby mode and then back on. If you keep doing that the screen will turn back on but you can not let the back light go out.
This is o2's fault - the firmware (the software that controls this kind of stuff) is o2's version and they have disabled the option to change the function if this key - although you'll notice the manual says you can!
The only option is to change the firmware to the unbranded version that would come with a phone not bought through o2, which is easier on other motorolas, the symbian operating system is notorously difficult to tinker with
I dont have enough space to explain phone 'modding' - but you can have a look at modmymoto.com. Although I will point out that so far, it seems the stock (unbranded) frimware is not available anywhere