I dropped my phone but it was just low impact about 12 inches below the floor. i tried to check evrything to see if something's wrong but everything was fine there we're no problems. i was able to use it for the next few hours approximately 5 hrs then it shut off. i tried to turn it on but nothing happened. i thought i just drained my battery but when i connected the charger there was not a single sign that the battery is charging. no light blinking and no matter hom many times i turned it on still it didn't turn on. i had it repair in a phone repair shop but until now it's still there and it's almost 4 mos since i left it there. i keep visithing the shop but then they always say that they haven't fix my phoone yet because the problem of my phone is very unusual. my phone is just new i had been using it for 4 moths. please help me. im loosing hope that those people can fix my phone. thanks!
I'm not sure it's unusual alright but perhaps if you open it up there may be some wires loose but if they snaped youed half to solder them and if somethin broke I dunno. sorry bu i'd half to advise replaceing your phone.
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When the head was removed to replace the head gasket, likely oil was 'spilled' down the sides of the engine block. If it wasn't completely cleaned, it may have accumulated on the frame cross member or other components below the engine. I would clean up the drops on the floor and watch for additional evidence for a couple of days. If they keep appearing, take your car to the shop that did the work and have them check it out for you.
You need to sight in the scope and rifle to 100 yards then reset the dial making sure the knob as the manual says do a check sight in Then you turn on the electronics the drop number you input is 112 and the BC is 55 as you haven't given an altitude for sight in or shoot site I have allowed for them being equal you now shoot at a target at 400 yards and for each inch below or above the aim point add or subtract 6 from the drop number drop number entered is 112 and your shot is 4 inches low 4x6=24 so your new drop number is 136 and if 4 inches high the drop number is 4x-6=-24 new drop number 88 so you now change the inputted drop number to the ones you have and shoot a few groups at 400 to confirm point of impact and aim point and adjust accordingly Forgot to explain that the 112 drop number is the calculated drop for your round at 750 yards and that you are changing it by confirming the actual drop at 400 and the scope is calculating internally for 750
try putting KLR or even vinegar down the tubes. also using a stiff brush and klr or vinegar, scrub the jets from inside the bowl to help remove and soften it up. your coat hanger may only be compounding the problem by packing it in harder and tighter. when you get it running again, and it is a good one, make sure and put a bowl cleaner that also softens the water. can't say brand names..... but there are several good ones.
The lock is operated by a solenoid and may have stuck due to friction or goo around the magnet core. Try bumping the stove or lifting it 2 inches in front and dropping to the floor. 2 inches will not break anything. There may be a mechanical timer in the self-cleaning circuit... is your gas stove still plugged in and showing signs of power such as ability to ignite top burners electrically? If the timer has failed the door lock solenoid is still activated and there could be a slight hum. Try unplugging the range and see if the door can be opened. The thermal interlock should be free to let the lock retract. If that works replace the timer motor. If solid state (no timer motor) replace circuit board with timer relay.
Generally that means the battery is to low or the starter draw is too high. Try a different batter or charging the one you have. Put a volt meter on the battery next time you try it. It should read 12.5 volts about, with everything off. When you try to start, it should drop to about 10 volts. When you stop trying, it should come back to 12 at least. If it drops below 10, something is wrong. If it does not come back to 12, it is probably the battery. It is drops below 10 and does not come back to 12, it is probably the starter. Oh, and make sure the engine can turn over by hand, just to ensure it is not locked up.