Hi Yolanda, It sounds like the software on the tablet may be bricked, or some sort of hardware damage possibly. First Try This: https://marquispad.supportsync.com/artic... Then try this: This problem sounds like a hardware issue, but before my final answer, let's check one more troubleshooting step to be sure it isn't something wrong with the software. 1. Locate the small hole on the Tablet's side. Check the picture below to locate reset hole. 2. Unfold a paperclip and slide an end into the hole. 3. Press gently until you feel a click. 4. Tablet should restart.
Hi Waishon, Clean it with 91% isopropyl alcohol with soft bristle toothbrush, followed by letting the board and parts dry then put it back together and let me know how it goes. You should wear clothes throughout the whole process.
Hi Pedro, I would say you did everything correctly however you may need to clean all the copper contacts with 91% isopropyl alcohol or higher to get any residue left from the water damage off the board. I hope this helps and don't be worried the alcohol is completely safe. Use a soft bristle toothbrush to clean it. Have fun! If you need help message me.
Your Lenovo Tab 2 A7-10 has a bad LCD. The LCD which is the video display screen, this displays the picture you see. This repair if you do it yourself is in the 30 - 40 dollar range and 1 - 10 (Ten being the most difficult) this repair is about a 3 or 4 I'd say you could do it. I hope this helps.
Hi it sounds like your Flex Power & Volume Cable for the LG K7 is broken. It isn't a very hard repair and it's relatively cheap to do. This could very well have happened from touching the phone with your wet hands. I hope this helps.
I found this maybe it will help. " As a last result, try to reinstall the OS. To do this follow the steps below: 1) (TI-84 Plus CE only ) While holding the [2nd] [Del] keys down, press and release the RESET button on the back of the calculator. The message "Waiting... Please Install Calculator Software" should appear. At this point, it will be necessary to reinstall the calculator's operating system. 2) Connect the calculator to the computer and verify the USB cable is completely pushed into the TI-84 Plus CE using a standard A to mini B USB Cable and it is a tight fit. If it is not completely pushed in the computer will not detect it. 3) Open the TI Connect™ CE Software 4) Turn the calculator on. Make sure the calculator appears in the TI Connect CE™ Software Content Panel in the TI Connect CE ™ Software, click on “Actions” and then “Send OS.” (Warning: Do not disconnect the cable during a transfer.) 5) Navigate to the OS file you saved on your computer. 6) Click “Open". Alternatively, you may drag and drop ...