Hello @henchr, Thanks for using the forum. I under stand this problem and would like to share. Sometimes the battery of many laptops fail. There is also a possibility that the battery got disconnected from the logic board. I would bring it into a PC repair shop and get them to diagnose the problems. And then follow that diagnosis. Thanks, Keegan Bourque
This is never good. I would recommend plugging it in over night. Try to get a full charge and try to turn it on. If this doesn't work, try and let it die fully. Keep trying to turn it on or completely take out the battery. If none of this works. There is an issue where the battery may need to be replaced. I hope this helped! Keegan
Hello This could mean that it is the connector at the bottom of your XPS... and to my knowledge this peice is soldered directly onto the motherboard, you can try to contact DELL and see if they will replace it (You may need a warranty) Thanks Keegan
Hello, Sadly this is a problem with any FitBit Charge, my FitBit did the same thing. But, when I did I emailed Fitbit and my Fitbit was still in warranty so they replaced it! If your Fitbit is not in warranty anymore they will give you a 25$ credit for their online store! Hope I Helped!
Hello, I don't have much experience with this specific type of speaker. But, in the past I have figured out that if you take the battery our and use it plugged in (this may work, if it does it means you need a new battery) Let me know how this works! Thanks
Hey, There is a possibility when you replaces the KeyBoard it was a malfunctioning KeyBoard. Its rare, but it happens. I would say use a USB Keyboard and see if the spacebar works on that. and if it does, its just the keyboard. If it doesnt then it is most likely a software issue. and we can work form there. Replacement Guide: Toshiba Satellite L675D-S7016 Keyboard Replacement Thanks. Keegan
Hi, I found this teardown MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Teardown check step 15 and let me know. the part. I think it may be the "R68 210 POC" But this may now be the same year. What year is your Mac? Thanks
Hello @s1000r2016, The HDMI post is located on the motherboard of the GoPro Hero 4. So, the following is the replacement motherboard and then the tutorial on how to replace the motherboard in your gopro! Tutorial: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/GoPro+Hero4... Replacement: GoPro Hero4 Silver Motherboard I hope I helped!! Thanks, Keegan