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SIM numbers can be recovered but contacts that are save in phone memory cannot be recovered!
remove covering of your mobile phone and place your mobile on direct sunlight (without battery) once its dry if on then ok if not same problem then try spirit (thinner) and clean the whole mobile circuit with thinner using toothbrush !
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with all engines, (otto cycle) any engine Gasoline 1: compression drops hot. (valve lash is tops here) 2: lost spark. (did you check all 4 cyl for lost spark?) now is the time. (ill assume you can google,or youtube that , endless examples... and more every day.) 3: bad fueling. (complex but) the tests is same 1920 to now, it's called LOOK at the spark tips. are they dry, or wet.? if dry do a test fuel run. (buy test fuel and use it) if wet , (1st tune up in 19years.??????) if wet diagnose flooding. (ask) complex answer.
the other possible is lost 12v power to the EFI system. even an intermittent fuse. check power on all EFI fuses. at failure point, in fact all tests above are , yes, at the failure point. not a perfect running car.
I think you zigged when you should have zagged. I think what happened in your case is you uploaded the list from your new computer to your phone. Ah, the new contact list was, well, there was nothing on the list which your phone didn't question, so it erased your contacts, etc.
Hopefully, this information still resides on your 'old' computer and you can reload it to the phone and start again.
I am sorry you lost this information and I hope you can get it back from the old computer ... give it a try
Hi there it's SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au here. If you are in australia I am a bissell agent and can get anything you need for your machine. There is a link to contact us direct through our "contact us" page at NelsonVacuums.com.au. Hope this helps.
if the phone got wet it is done, the contacts will corrode over the next two weeks or so if it already has not done so. I have worked for years doing part time work in the industry- If you mess around buying thhis and that then you are wasting money for a lost cause. I am terribly sory to be the one telling you, but if you have the insurance this is covered. If it happens again- drop the phone and battery (seperated) in a pot of dry rice , then use that compressed air to further remove sedimenet once its dry. Hope this h elps and have a nice day
http://geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=0&thid=638285 Generic problem for all Vacuums For the first time, I Posted by MHicks on Jun 01, 2008 For the first time, I tried using my Kirby Sentra shampoo attachment. I've lost the manual but found instructions online for making the swap from regular vac to shampoo-er and got it all assembled. The foam laid down just fine; however, when I run the vac back over the foam to pick it up, there is not a stitch of water showing up in the tray. First I thought maybe it was bc I hadn't put that much of the foam/water onto the carpet, but 12 hours later, the carpet is still wet in spots. Clearly my assembly wasn't 100% but I don't know how to figure out what's wrong. Help! Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. In a case like this I would contact the factory, by the sounds of things you did everything right but it is a dry foam shampoo and some moisture will get into the carpet. I will list the Kirby factory phone 3 listed below for your assistance with this problem. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://kirby.com/Contact Us by Phone United States and Canada: 1-800-494-8586 Between the hours of 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (EST) Monday - Friday United Kingdom: 0800-328-1247 Europe: 00-800-5472-9272 South Africa: 0800-203-222 Contact Us by Email Complete the online Form to Submit Your Comments or Questions Contact Us by FaxUnited States and Canada: 216-529-6146 Contact Us by Mail Consumer Relations Department The Kirby Company 1920 West 114th Street Cleveland, OH 44102 http://www.a-1vacuum.com/1-800-657-1874Customer Service Thanks, Don the Vac Man Go Ahead. Use Us.