Hi,I have been using this phone for almost 3 years now without a hitch...but sicne last couple of days I have been having this problem ... most of the time I dont get any signal... and I checked its not about the Network...as i face this problem even if i m on the road and in the center of the city..So please can somebody help me on this..will be greatly obliged..Thanks
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Re: Keep Losing Signal
Hi, sorry for being probably too late but I'll give my opinion however.
I think that there is a problem with something called PF. It is a component on the mainboard in the RF (radio frequency) tranceiver area. Some small coils or a chip that is controlling the frequency calibration to 900Mhz-1800Mhz is out of tune and now working for example at 904Mhz. As frequency channels are allocated precisely the phone woun't find any network in that area. As it sounds, you will need to send the phone to a repair center but there are chances that this may prove to be an expensive repair (it depends of the damaged component type). It will be a good ideea to ask them for a estimate before they actually repair the phone. I'm sorry for not being able to give you other information but.. good luck however, and always remember to rate any reply received from this site.
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I have the same issue with the same competition air rifle. Not sure if the seals are just dried out or if they need to be replaced. I did apply some pellgun oil two days ago and have made a point to shoot 20-30 rounds through it the last couple days and that seems to have helped but it's still losing air over night...20-30% I'm hoping that shooting it will help the lubrication to eventually migrate to the seals and possibly rejuvenate them but it's too early to tell. I also have a email into Crosman as well. BTW I've stored mine fully charged overnight for a couple years and never had a leak so I don't think it's a design issue but more a non use issue...they do need to be used now and then.
batteries last up to 3 years and from e-bay are a fraction of that price
as for time in use should be at least 1 hour for a good battery
it is vital that after use you return the phone to the charge cradle
ensure that charger is operational
I know that this might sound crazy, but i had the same problem and found that if you hold your phone upside down it increases the signal. Also, take out your si and reset your phone if that doesnt work.
The carby sounds like a good place to start, but also a fairly expensive place as well. This is either the first of the 1.3 Swifts (4 cyl), but also may be a 3cyl 1.0 litre. I've had a couple of the 1.3 - both a GC 5 dr and a GL 3 dr. The 3 dr had a lot more km on it when I bought it 2nd hand, and had been used for some time without a proper fuel cap. Sometimes, I had power problems and it wouldn't idle, but the next day it would be fine - until it sucked another lungfull of water through the fuel filter. The original fuel filter on this model is in the engine bay on the passenger's side (LH) and is the "bowl"-type - ie: lines in and out on the top and the round filter hanging below. It clips into a holder. I would start by removing the filter and seeing if you have a water contamination problem. Not a lot else went wrong with that model, so I don't think I'd be looking for an electrical or distributor problem.
I'm using HTC TyTN II with Windows Mobile 6.1 as OS. My problem is my phone keep loosing network signal and occasionally when it get the signal, I can't make a phone call. The signal is there, but when I make a phone call, it will disconnected at once.
Well, glad I found someone with the same problem, the answer will certianly surprise you.
The answer is cordless phones and satellite interent.
if you have cordless phones and/or satellite internet it will lose signal.
They run on the same frequency.
To fix it log into your router, goto wireless settings, then check the box for enable channel settings. You may have to reboot the router and PC.
Good luck and have a happy new year.