I bought the b&D rmm1900 from a buddy he had it running when i got there i brought it home and nothing when i plug it in the green light comes on like its charged but the gauge reads in the red have tried different outlets and all still nothing is there a place on here i can get the manual is there a reset button on it or what
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I upgraded my usb drivers -- I have windows xp pro -- i think they use all the same -- I used Realtek USB 2.0 card reader drivers. ( http://bit.ly/qeofyZ ) plugged it in (NOT in the front, but the back)_ & it recognized it after going to start, computer as "walkman" -- did a right click explore & all the data/music was still on the hard drive. then it showed on the walkman that it was charging & the battery was dead. i was previously using an AC usb adapter (plug in the wall) & it didn't seem to be charging it correctly -- so the computer works out for me & will only use that from now on -- fully operational.
if you have bought a new battery and charger , and it still will not hold a charge. you might have bought a bad battery or charger , also the fan dosent allways run so the fan going off is not a sign of a dead battery. depress the trigger or safety and the fan should start up again
It happened to me too. When you plug in your av cables and are ready to play, follow these steps. With your PS3 off (Red light on), Press and hold the power button on your console. (Do not use the controller to turn it on.) Keep holding the button until you hear a second beep. (it takes about 2 to 3 seconds.) You will notice your screen flickers, then your PS3 will show up on the tv. All you did was reset the PS3 display settings. You can always go back to HDMI or AV cables. Have Fun.
Honestly, if he said the battery is "dead", maybe he ment that it was fried, what I would recommend is brining it to a Service center or store near by, due to there could be one of the following issues, A. Battery (itself) is friend B. The connection to charge is lose/damaged.
Now HOPEFULLY you didn't pay much for it, most batteries run about $49.99 US.
if its enternally in the phone that is having that issue, then you got ripped off, and hopefully can return the phone, with a full refund, due to sometimes it can run a lot more then it's potentionally worth, Let me know how it goes, Thanks Justin
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