Below are some troubleshooting steps from Panasonic. I hope they can help! a. Ensure that the telephone line cord and the AC adapter are properly connected. b. Ensure that there are no broken pins on the telephone line cord. c. Ensure that you are using the supplied phone lead. d. If you are using a splitter to connect the unit, remove the splitter and connect the unit to the wall socket directly. If the unit operates properly, please check the splitter. e. Unplug the phone from the electrical socket and remove the batteries from the base unit for approx. 30 minutes. f. Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and connect the line to a known working telephone, for example your neighbor's phone.
So I found the lens for you but I could not find a good guide to walk-through the replacement. I hope this at least helps a little bit. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-Canon-PowerShot-SX160-IS-LENS-UNIT-w-CCD-Digital-Camera-Repair-Parts-/302323124306
There is a website that tells you literally everything about your Mac model as long as you have the model or serial. I searched yours and have pasted the link below for you to check out. It looks like you do have a unibody model. The difference was just how the MacBook was built (using a single hollowed block of aluminum or piece by piece). https://everymac.com/systems/apple/macbo...-pro-core-2-duo-2.93-aluminum-17-early-2009-unibody-specs.html
So fair warning before I continue these phones do not operate with a sim so you will not be able to use cellular. If you are hoping that formatting it will give you a fully functioning phone then you’re gonna have a bad time. Also the demo software can sometimes be hard coded in the phone and you may need to find a way of force removing that (it can depend on where the demo was from ). That being said here is an awesome walkthrough for that you may need to format the phone. (1) Ensure the device is powered off. (2) Press and hold the Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons at the same time. Release all buttons when the Phone vibrates. (3) From the Android Recovery screen, select Wipedata/factory reset. (4) Select Yes. (5) Select Reboot system now.
This could be a couple things. So i’ll try to make a recommendation for each. 1. Check your cables. If you are using something with a 4k output to a 4k monitor but not using 4k cables then I have seen some strange display issues. If it is an older cable try a newer or different one just to rule out that it isn’t that. 2. Check another device. Does the monitor still have the same issue when something else other than what you are currently using is hooked up? 3. It’s the monitor. It could be either the main board or the panel itself. Normally if it is a panel though you would see the lines at all times. I hope this helps a little!
I would recommend using the ifixit battery since they are genuine. You never know with other re-sellers what quality battery you are getting and that is most likely the problem. I have pasted the link below to the part. I hope this helps! iPhone 5s Replacement Battery
I have seen a couple other forums regarding this. It is my understanding that you must remove them from the plastic base (they are glued onto it sadly) with heat or just by ripping them off. Then you can retrofit another set of pads from a 3rd party onto the existing base.
I had this happen to my gen1 ipad many years ago. I took a chance and bought a no longer charging ipad gen1 that appeared to have a good screen on ebay. When I replaced the display the issue was fully resolved. I believe it is just the screen going bad sadly.