My son couldn't adjust the volume, so I tried as well. It seems that the toggle switch is permanently pressed into the down volume. The volume is all the way down, so nothing can be heard! Is this fixable or do we need to just buy him a new mp3?
The only way you could try to fix it is if you opened it up and checked it out from the inside. if nothing wrong inside, then it is something wrong with the motherboard and you will have to buy him a new one. but if you get it open then you can pop the toggle switch into place and it should be fine
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Step 1: Power off Nexus 7
Step 2: Power on while holding Volume Down/Up
Step 3: Press Volume Up to toggle to "Recovery Mode"then press power to select
Step 4: Hold The Power Button and tap Volume Up when you see "No Command"
Step 5: Press & hold Power Button & Volume Up Button Again
Step 6: Toggle with vol down and vol up / power at wipe data (all data) & reboot
You don't need to activate the drivers. if you reinstalled them then they are there and should be working.
There should be alternate methods to using the quick touch keys, such as using the conventional methods.
For example to change your volume, just click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time and adjust the volume. Or click Start/Control Panel and look for Audio or Sound and adjust the volume. Also click Start/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment and see if there is a volume control there. Also normally you can adjust the volume by keystrokes. Normally you would Press and Hold the FN function key near the bottom left portion of the keyboard and press the volume keys (there should be 3 volume keys, volume up, volume down and volume mute).
As for the Wireless there is a switch on the side or in the front of the laptop that controls the wireless. Also there are keystrokes that can toggle it off or on once the wireless switch is on. Normally you would Press and Hold the FN function key then hit the correct F1 thru F12 key that toggles the wireless. The correct F1 thru F12 key to hit will have the icon of a wireless signal )))) or it will have the icon of a tower with a wireless signal )))).
Hopefully you've figured this out by now, but if not then I hope this helps.
Alarm Setting - Press Mode twice to change the alarm time. Set switches between hour and minutes and Adjust changes the time. The alarm is on when there is a symbol at the top right on the display. Press and hold Set then press Adjust to toggle the alarm on or off.
Time/Date Setting - Press Mode three times to change the current date/time. Use Set to move between the hour, minutes etc and Adjust to change them, as with the alarm.
Pressing Mode once accesses a stopwatch function. Adjust to start/stop and Set to clear.
To enable/disable the silent feature on an iPhone, simply look to the left-side of the phone. There will be 2 buttons there:
1. A small, switch that goes left/right.
2. A longer longer that can be pressed up/down.
Button #1 is the silent toggle switch. Moving it to the left enables silent-mode; to the right disables silent-mode.
Button #2 is the volume adjustment button which will raise the volume if pressed up and decrease the volume if pressed down.
Note: If you press the volume bottom down all the way, the handset will mute itself. When using the volume button, a volume indicator will appear on-screen to indicate how loud/quiet the phone is. If there are no white bars present on the indicator scale, then the iPhone is muted. Press up on the volume button a few times to increase the volume and disable mute.
Look behind the right steam valve, you will have to remove the front top panel, there might be a small toggle switch, note the position. If switch is not there then it is on the black CPU box. Press the program/stop button if all lights come on move forward if not then move the toggle switch to opposite side and press program button. When all four lights are on press a button when you get the desired volume press stop, continue until buttons are programed then move toggle back to original lock position.
STEP ONE. Ground the E-Brake wire. No matter which method you use, you must ground the brake detection wire. I suggest you tap it into the ground wire on your wiring harness (ensures a good ground).
FACTORY RESET METHOD (not permanent)
1 Go to the Menu 2 Get to the Settings Menu 3 Select <yes> to Reset to Factory Settings.
Have recently heard complaints of this method not being permanent, as this is needed whenever they want to watch a DVD. Also, radio and screen angle presets are lost.
METHOD 2 AUDIO CD METHOD (Permanent) 1 Insert Audio CD 2 Press PLAY 3 Press STOP twice on remote 4 Enter 26604 on remote 5 Press ENTER 6 Take out Audio CD and Insert a DVD ---------------- METHOD 3 DVD METHOD (Permanent) ** Insert a DVD ** Let it play until you hear sound ** Press STOP twice on remote ** Enter 26604 ** Press ENTER
The blue warning screen should immediately go away after pressing the last digit of "26604." Still press ENTER as a precaution.
The 3rd method seems to work with most of the duals
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Sounds like the system switch is broken. They use a piece of spring steel thats bent up to provide a snapping action (its very small). After years of continuous pressing the metal fatigue fails and breaks so there is nothing to keep the contacts apart. The most common button you will see this is in the volume up because its used the most. It seems that people usually adjust their volume up in more steps than lowering the volume as their ears adjust to the levels plus people tend to push the volume up button harder than the volume down..
There are a couple things you can do when this switch goes bad. There is probably a button on there that you dont ever use or could live without (loudness perhaps). You can take the good switch off that button and replace the volume button with it.
You can do this by either desoldering them or by popping the clip off the switch and replacing guts. I have found it much easier to desolder them however because the small pieces are difficult to manipulate.
If you dont want to lose the function of another button, you can try matching the switch with one from an electronics supply place like digikey, or go to a repair shop and ask them to replace the button or sell you a good button out of a broken face.