Ok, we left home for a month without unfreezing it,
so after we come back, we turned it off ...
and from then, it just doesnot work ... the compressor
starts to work and stops in a few seconds ....
what can be checked ?
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It sounds like either the compressor is bad, or the overload and relay assembly mounted to the compressor is bad. The easiest way to determine which is to put an amp meter on the power wire to the compressor assembly. It should only read a few amps while running. If it reads excessive amperage, you have a bad compressor. If you do not have an amp meter, then you could just go get a start relay and overload from a parts store and try changing those parts, as they are much cheaper and eaiser than changing the compressor....just unplug it before messinfg around inside the overload cover on the side of the compressor! Good Luck!
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My advice is to download the latest firmware from Nokia website (which is version PR1.2) and install it through the USB cable provided to you. If this is something you can not personally do, please go to an authorised nokia service point and have this done for you. They should NOT charge you but ask about that before.
For the battery removal issue, there is a way to bypass this process. Please press the power on/off switch for about 10 seconds.
normally the device will unfreeze and go off without having to remove the battery. wait a few seconds and then you should be able to switch it on again.
Probably fuel system has trash in it, The oil light comes on after engine dies would be right as the ignition is still on and no oil pressure.Fuel stabilizer may have caused trash to break free and stop up the system.Also vacuume to fuel shutoff could be off or stopped up too.
This is button config for master reset without picture:
Left button x 3
Down button x 7
ok (centre button)
Down button x 6
Left button x 1
wait a couple of seconds for settings to complete, when you switch back on you should have a picture and be back at language set up screen.
Hope this helps.
Please note I am from the UK and I am assuming your menus are the same as mine
I have found that my aiptek digital camcorder also freezes like this sometimes after I have pressed the button to stop recording a movie. You are right that sometimes you must remove the battery to unfreeze it, but I have found a couple of other tricks that work sometimes.
1. You can hold down the menu button for a few seconds (like 6). Sometimes this kicks it into the menu and unfreezes it.
2. Sometimes using the power button inside of where the screen stores to turn it on and then off again often helps.
3. Popping the digital card out (push in so it unlocks, then push it right back in) also helps unfreeze it for me.
If those don't work, pop the battery out again.
I do find that every few months I need to clean the connection points on both my battery and the camera where the battery clicks in. After I do this it behaves much better for a couple months. Good luck.