I was travelling through the rain. Though my phone was not in direct contact with rain but it caught enough moisture and gone off. After blowing a hot air for half an hour the phone again started working but some of its functions stopped working. Presently the main problem is it does not detect head phone at all thats why i am unable to play the FM radio. One more problem is when phone is charging and an incoming call is there the keyboard becomes very slow or sometimes insensible, also ringtone does not play smoothly, it sounds like on off on off and so on. Also the battery drains quickely.
I had the same problem, my k700i has since broken. When you make a call, if its the same as mine, you can't hear the other person right >
I simply restarted my phone over and over by taking out the battery putting it back in and starting. I did this until i could hear music from the Media Player, From hear it should be in the normal mode, when you insert your head phones it should go to the handsfree profile. If it doesn't go to your settings and search for new devices. i do hope this helps
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Hi there ... have you posted this question before? Not important ... I answered this question yesterday ...
ASSURE that the water arms are pointing in the proper direction. Normally, the arms should turn in a clock-wise direction to make the "tractor" go forward. If yours are going the other way, the tractor will travel backward. If yours ARE moving in a clock-wise direction and your tractor is going backward, reverse so the arms travel in a counter clock-wise direction. If it STILL goes backward, no matter which direction you are spinning, return the device to the store where you got it and ask for assistance.
I have this very device (though not this model number), though mine is LOTS older than yours is. I can make it go backward but it doesn't necessarily want to straddle the hose in reverse. All I do is reverse the direction the arms spin and vo-la ... it goes backward. BTW, I always store my tractor with the transmission in neutral to avoid damage by rough handling of others.
Unfortunately, the i-mate 9502 doesn't have FM radio. I can think of a workaround for you, though, like the i-Tech Clip bluetooth stereo headsets with built in FM radio, which, besides being able to handle your calls (handy for such a heavy phone of yours, don't you think?) you'd be able to listen to stereo MP3s stored in your phone (as well as to its built-in FM radio). Take a look at them, and see if one of them fits your needs.
usually the displays are sealed so this doesn't happen.
About all you can do is open anything you can and then place it where it will be warm but not hot, out of direct sunlight and hopefully with some air movement. It might take a week or more before the water is gone.
I would also have a chat with lowrance and see if you can get this replaced under warrenty. If it leaked once it will again.
Is there any easy self-fix that can be done to get the radio working again?
Nope. I'll bet you have some corrosion inside the switch itself.
Unless you can disassemble that you will have to send it in. If the switch had metal contacts, you could try just a tiny shot of cleaner in the switch, then work it off and on.
If you are able to get to the switchs' contacts, you can short those and see if the radio powers up. Just make sure that you have the right connections.
Bad idea bout wpraying it down with cleaner. If that suff gets in the coild or other parts like the tiny tuning capacitor, it can melt together inside, or at least cause it to be off frequency.