I have an iRiver about 6 months old. I take good care of it, always in a sylicone case, never dropped water or sweat over it...
But suddenly, the screen went black, it still plays music, radio and all, but I can't see anything in the screen!!
It is still on its warranty, but I can't find the receipt and the shop doesn't want to change it, bummer...
Anyway, I found that under the battery, there is a little battery, like watch-batteries, but didnt touch it... do you think it has anything to do with it? does it connect to the screen? What else could it be?
I appreciate ur attention, hope to hear from you guys soon!!!
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My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.
I have gone on service calls just to remove a water filter.
1.) If the water filter is on the bottom in the front of the refrigerator; you will need to use a tool such as a wrench, channel locks .... Grab the end of the water filter and turn counter clockwise.
2.) If the filter is in the upper right had corner of your fresh food section; you have to push up hard and turn it counter clockwise. You just have to strong arm it.
This will not always be the case. Your next filter should be easier.
Note: You only need to change your water filter when the water coming out of the water dispenser is slow or your ice cubes are getting smaller. Your filter light is just a 6 month timer. Your water filter can last you 9 months, 1 year, 18 months?
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<li>Brush the pool walls and floor a minimum of once a week.</li>
<li>To prevent damage to pool equipment make sure the water level never drops below the opening of the skimmer.</li>
<li>Lubricate backwash valve "O" rings on sand and DE filter four times a year. Lubricate pump lid "O" ring periodically with Lube specifically designed for use with swimming pool equipment.<br /><br /><img src="water_1.jpg" /><br /><br /></li>
<li>Test pH and add muriatic acid as indicated to maintain pH between 7.4 - 7.8. Never add more than 1 pint of acid at a time and wait at least 1 hour between treatments. Always add muriatic acid by dispersing into pool water opposite the skimmer and disperse as far away from the wall of the pool as you can safely reach. Use care not to drip acid or any chemicals on deck as it will cause deck etching and staining. Do not pour acid over steps, benches, or pool light. Make sure water is circulating.</li>
<li>Clean waterline tile with cleaner a minimum of once a month during peak season.</li>
<li>One month after initial pool start-up, add stain and scale inhibitor on a regular basis.</li>
<li>Always follow manufacturers instructions on product labels.</li>
<li><b>NEVER ADD WATER TO CHEMICALS</b> - Add chemicals to water.</li>
<li>Always wait one (1) hour between adding different chemicals unless otherwise directed.
<li><b>Sand Filters:</b> Backwash once per week</li>
<li><b>DE Filters:</b> Backwash once filter pressure increases 8-10 psi above your "clean pressure" noted at start-up.</li>
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hello. Yes. Your phone can be fix up again, were the problem his was from your phone month pic this means that the month pic is bad. What you need to do is to take your phone to a good phone work shop around you to fix up the month pic so that your phone can be well operated. Take care and thanks for using fixya.
Hello. I have been a plumber longer than I care to remember. In my experience, the common cause of the problem you describe is a hairline crack in the bowl. This is what has to happen to be sure. To check the bowl must be pulled, filled and put up on saw horses. You can then see if there's any leakage from the bowl. good luck with it.
Software / Media Transfer
The E100 comes packaged with a disc containing iriver plus 3 media player, firmware updater, video converter, and Windows Media Player 11. If you have owned an iriver player, you are familiar with this software with the included iriver media player. This is a standard media player much like any other but has a few features catering to the iriver family of players, such as a firmware updater, ebook txt manager, and video converter. This media player is a bit different from Windows Media Player but still is straightforward and easy to use. If you don’t care for iriver’s media player you can always use any other MTP based media player to manage playlists and load your E100 since also included on the disc is a video converter and firmware updating utility.
If you don’t like to use media players to transfer the E100 will allow you to select either MTP or MSC transfer mode. This means it is drag and drop and also compatible with any OS. Drag and drop will work fine in MTP mode as well, but only if you are using Windows XP SP2 or Vista.
and the difference between e10 / e100 your guess is just as good as mine
I had a similar problem. It seemed to just die with a light blue backlight, not the usual one. It would not turn off or on. I thought it was gone for good. However, I re-installed the driver (in control panel, system, hardware, device manager) I had to do this a number of times, with the h320 attached by usb and not attached. After a number of attempts, I got a message 'disconnect iriver h320' I then let the 320 completely lose its battery power (over a day or so) then attached the charger and got the charging message. It works fine now. Hope this helps
Call Sandisk and tell them about your problem. I had the same exact problem. The headphone jack inside is loose. Talk to Sandisk and don't worry about the box, the customer is always right. But after they send you a new sansa e250, sell it on ebay and buy a durable mp3 player like the iriver t10 series. My old iriver dropped on the floor plenty of times and it's still working after 3 years.