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Re: my 6030 has suddenly shut down!
It shutted down because (maybe) of the folowing reasons: 1.) Error 2.) You have overloaded it, 3.) Full Memory. try removing the battery (5 mins) the put it back again. then press on.. if it wont want to start. charge your cellphone. then try pressing the on button
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hi, the camera must also be giving a lens error and must be making a whirring sound when turned on, hold the camera with camera off bang it with flat of hand , a few times , if this does not work , repeat it with camera on, even if this does not, when turning the camera on gently apply pressure on the front of the lens, do this just once , all the above fails , camera has to be service , lens unit may have to be changed
cordless phones come with up to five handsets each will need to be properly adjusted. You may need to set the main handset to synchronize with the base unit plugged into the telephone wall jack and assign special configuration numbers to the other handsets in order to properly identify each one within a specified location. One handset left in the turned on mode may make it impossible to place calls with the any of the other handsets. This will continue until either the battery dies or fails on the handset or the phone is switched off and replaced in its charger for charging again. Synchronize the main handset by pressing the MENU button on the handset, then pressing the down button IN order to select the number you wish to assign to that handset. Repeating this process if you have already done so will greatly decrease the level of errors experienced with panasonic phones.
Try going into os options mode by pressing power button on and escape repeatedly until OS options of normal or emergency! repair mode select one of them. Sudden power shut down doesn't let the desktop save the restart information properly.
PUK is something related to the sim you have put on the phone ..it'll ask for a puk code when the sim gets locked take the sim outside and right down all the numbers you see on the back of the sim.. normally puk code is provided when you buy the sim if you dont have it just call the telecom service which gave you the sim they'll might ask for the numbers in the sim then they'll provide you the puk code for free.. good luck
Perhaps the computer is overheating and shutting down to protect its components. If so, blowing out the inside of the computer and the heatsink fins on the processor could alleviate such a problem.
When a computer shuts down for such protection, it seldom damages the harddrive. If there's a sudden loss of power, a surge of power across the heads could damage the disks as the head drifts across them. Usually a disk check can repair this type of damage. But even with damaged sectors, most data would be recoverable.
Sounds like a defective handset or base unit. Unplug the base unit from power and the telephone jack. Leave unplugged for 1 minute, this sometimes helps the phone to reset from a problem. Unplug the battery from the handset and plug back in after a minute also to help reset. Place your handset in the base unit for about 1 minute to allow the handset to link up with the base unit. If this doesn't work you may have a defective phone. Contact Panasonic support for further information if this does not work.