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first you have to find out where is the problem so do this insert the
micro SD 2GB MEMORY CHIP in a different phone if the chip works then the problem is the phone, some times is possible that
you can buy a defected chip. so hope for the better.

PNY 1GB microSD... | Answered on Feb 10, 2018

Generally this is caused by bad transistors in the inverter and need professional service

Peak Performance... | Answered on Feb 09, 2018

Recommend contacting your local service provider directly or online here:
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Canon BG-E4... | Answered on Feb 08, 2018

If this happens on one tape and you get the same video anomalies every time at the same spot the tape is bad.

If it's random and not exactly repeating you could also try cleaning the heads.

Canon Sony... | Answered on Feb 08, 2018

Try it copy it without using the program

SanDisk Ultra II... | Answered on Feb 08, 2018

Recommend contacting your local service provider directly or online here:

Canon BG-E4... | Answered on Feb 08, 2018

Recommend contacting your local service provider directly or online here:
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Canon Sony... | Answered on Feb 08, 2018

A quick Google search turns up the following:
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Lite On... | Answered on Feb 07, 2018

Is there more to the model number I can't find anything at all on it

Inverter... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

You need a pure sine wave inverter to run it

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

If you suspect the computer is draining the battery, unplug it. Test to see if the ½ amp draw disappears. If it does, there's your problem. CHECK all of the ground connections in that area and beyond, just one poor connection may be damaging the electronics.
A draw like that is only a few watts, it could be as simple as a compartment light, like a glove box type of space. On cars, an underhood or trunk light is commonly the fault. Check things like that first!

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

I assume your not using a pure sine wave inverter. A lot of electronic devices won't work on a lower cost inverter (modified sine wave) that has a square sine wave, either invest in a true sine wave inverter or don't run sensitive electronic equipment, I'm somewhat surprised you didn't damage the circuit board in the microwave...Below is a link of a inverter that would work if you want to spend the money for one.
2500W 5000 Watt Power Inverter Pure Sine Wave 12V dc 110V 120V ac LCD...

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

The flash drive may need to be REFORMATTED. In some cases, the flash drive is pulled out from the USB port incorrectly. That can lead to a damaged Flash Drive.
Always remove Flash Drives by using the EJECT method.
To format the USB Flash drive, go to the File Explorer (the bottom row of Icons on the computer screen showing a manila folder inside a holder) and locate the USB drive by letter, such as drive B,C,D, etc. One of these letters or higher. Tap the corresponding to the USB drive and an option box comes up. Select "Format" (Quick is ok). Once formatted, the drive is ready to accept data once again. If it cannot be formatted, then the USB DRIVE may have sustained damage to the circuit and no longer can be of service.

PNY Electronics... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

Your friend likely pulled the device while it was updating the index without "ejecting" it. We all do it, but it can lead to this often fatal problem. Right clicking on the drive, you'll see an option: "EJECT". This doesn't physically send the drive sailing across the room, it simply should be called:
"Shut Down External Media For Safe Removal".
When not done, this can cause the index to fail, and as a result, when re-inserted it basically shows as a drive with no information. No index, no way to tell what's on it, how much space is available, etc. It will usually recognize that the drive is connected, but won't respond.
To the computer, it a 'Schrodinger's Cat'.
It's both full and empty simultaneously.
Sometimes if you plug it back into the computer that it was in when the failure first occurred, THEN powering the computer on, it MIGHT still have a copy of the index file and MIGHT reload it. Otherwise, there are programs that can recover the data without indexing, but it's a chore to reconstruct the files. Data reconstruction and recovery services can work, but are really expensive. What's the data worth to you is what you need to ask yourself. EJECT your media!! This happens all too often!
(If the item that the media is plugged in to doesn't have an eject feature (such as a music player), shut down the item before removing the media)

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

Most times the problem with these is that the batteries, though they show fully charged, are in poor condition.
Test: Count the cells in this unit and multiply by 1.2 test for that voltage, 4.8 is common, at the batterypack and turn the light on, if the voltage falls below 1 volt per cell, the battery protection circuit will engage and turn the light off. This is a battery problem.
If the voltage stays relatively steady, the bulb is the second item to be a common failure. Shine a flashlight across the base of the bulb where the 2 ends enter the white base. It the tubes are pretty blackened, your bulb is likely bad.
I don't have the specs for that switch, but it's a pretty simple device, it connects power from the batterypack to the inverter board or to the nightlight. It's simple to test with either an ohm meter (power disconnected) Or a volt meter, (Power connected)

Coleman... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

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