Someone has already posted this problem and I don't buy the "solution" provided. The problem is that, after working correctly for weeks when answering a call (single tap, ring tone stops immediately, H350 is working full duplex as normal), NOW, when I single-tap to answer a call, the phone (V325i) picks up immediately but the headset continues to play the ring tone *even while the caller can hear me (i.e. the headset is ALREADY connected and communicating) but I can't hear anything in the headset until the ring tone FINALLY stops playing (4-6) seconds later! I have to say "Wait for my headset to stop ringing so I can hear you." at the beginning of every call now. Very irritating considering I use this thing for business. THAT'S why I don't buy the "You just have to wait for the headset to connect..." solution. FIRST, If the H350 wasn't connected, it would not be able to transmit my voice while I'm waiting for the ringing to stop. If you know anything about digital broadband data, you know this is automatically true. SECOND, my headset was not behaving like this for the first three weeks I owned it. It worked as stated at the beginning of this note. THIRD, the headset and phone begin the sync process the moment the call begins to ring. If there was any delay in connecting, I never encountered it while answering on my headset (usually before the second ring) until two days ago.
SO, question is: What changed? Is this a setting? A bug? etc... Does anyone else have this problem? (At least one other person has experienced this).
Don't mean to shoot anyone down but the answer just doesn't satisfy me. Sorry.
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Sounds like you are quoting a question that someone else posted and then you are providing the answer in the 'Further Details' box. This is not the way Fixya works. You must provide the answer to the original question otherwise the original poster will never see it, and certainly won't get the notification as they would if you replied to the OP. Fixya receives thousands of posts a day, so your answer will be lost. Furthermore, you posted the answers to document Scanners!
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There are no simple questions where power tools are concerned. People will shy away from answering questions where there are too many variables and possibilities of someone getting hurt. For example; here you don't even include the make or model number of your tool, this affects EVERYTHING. Is it a high-end tool or a cheap knockoff? You say "Dremel type tool" which indicates to most mechanics it's not a Dremel and probably is a cheap knockoff. How does it work, how is it assembled and what parts are used between moving parts? Does it have sealed bearings that should almost never be lubricated or bushings which, if lubricated, will get gummed up. Is there a transmission (gears) between the motor and output shaft? You don't state why you would want to lubricate a tool of this type, most are designed to work on the lubrication they get at the assembly factory for their expected lifetime. The wrong type of lubrication is also bad, too thin and it will evaporate when it gets hot, too thick and will actually make the motor work harder, in the wrong place, it will attract dust or dirt and get gummy. I understand your frustration with trying to get an answer (indicated by all the !!!!) but if you don't help the people who may be able to help you by giving this basic information they aren't going to attempt to provide you with answers that may get you hurt if parts break or your house or business burnt down if the electrical parts short out.
have someone else you know call with the model number like they want =to buy one then see if its back ordered or they are stroking you also see if sears parts on line has one they don't like warr repairs they have to wait for there money and can't charge what ever they want
Dennis - - I have been debating on contacting you or not. Since I don't have any questions I guess the only way for you to speak to me is thru other people's questions which is not fair to them. Maybe I should post a question to give you an avenue to take to reach me. Don't worry about how I answer questions. I have not been impressed with some of yours either. I answer questions when I think I can help the person asking. When I post a solution I expect the person asking to engage in a conversation with me to find the answer. And most of my questions are actually suggestions they should have already checked on. I will either post a question or provide you with my email address if you need to reach me.
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I suspect a hardware failure; I would pull off everything you can to make this as basic a PC as you can. Hardware POST checks, fans and LEDs are good to do very basic tests and elimination but are not definitive tests. If it still doesn?t work I would try using a power supply tester or switch out with a known good, followed by the RAM, processor and video card leaving only the motherboard.
If you get this far and the problem is still there then your failure is the motherboard. Look for damaged capacitors with rounded tops or corrosion at the base. I?ve had two 2004-2006 era Dells refuse to complete the POST because of defective capacitors just recently.
If still no luck you might try buying a pre-POST diagnostic card ($50 and up). If you don?t want to invest in that you should consider taking your PC to a shop that does have one. I know it runs again most of our personalities to pay a tech but consider this. I?ve run into lots of people who spend weeks and big bucks troubleshooting a problem someone with the right equipment can diagnose cheaply (overall) the first time. Without the test equipment or a similar PC you can use for parts you?re going to have to start buying parts one at a time in a process of elimination.
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