Some best places to check is at garage sales and second hand shops like cash converters, they have the best prices if you go to the right store, if you live in a place that doesn't have cash converters, just check any good second hand shops or garage sales in your area
It is likely your fans are dead or unplugged, this happens sometimes if the fans are missing or broken, did you get the refurbished console from gamestop? Because i have heard they are not the best place to get refurvished consoles as they often have defects.
It’s either that the battery is screwed and needs replacing, when you were replacing the screen you may of damaged the main circut board, or that the previous owner has done something to the phone that has caused such damage to occur. that’s either caused by an extreme impact or some accident that has something to do with liquid as damage can compromise the waterproofing. I hope this is helpful! :-)
This May be caused by the replacement display being faulty. i’d suggest taking it back to the repair shop and getting them to do another repair on it, if you have a screen protecter installed on the phone it may be the problem as it may have air, dirt and/or dust inside, some cheap protectors are often crappy. If it didn’t cost much to fix the phone, then thats most likely to be exactly why its happening. So try getting it replaced at another repair shop. I hope this info helps you! :-)
Your best bet is to replace the battery or send the macbook into Apple for repair. It could be a motherboard issue. replace or repair the motherboard Some replacement batteries: https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from... SOme new motherboards: https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from... Your welcome!
Your ps3 is bricked. i had the same problem when a friend dropped the thing. you can either replace the broken/defective hardware or the os may be corrupt, try reinstalling the system software. if not it could just be your tv or your cable
There are 2 things you can do: System hardware drivers may be missing or corrupt, this could be caused by repair, reinstallation, system malfunction or malware. try using a driver repair program to repair/update the drivers for your headphone jack The headphone jack is dead, this will require you to replace the jack, this is difficult because you need to do some soldering to replace it. i’d recommend taking your laptop to a repair shop to have a look at it. If your laptop is still under warranty, then backup your data and send it along with your proof of purchase to where you got it and tell them what’s wrong Hope this helps!!!
There can be multiple issues with your TV, but here are the most common ones: The TV’s LCD backlight is dead or isn’t connected. This can be fixed by replacing the LCD/Backlight The motherboard is damaged or dead. There’s not much you can do about this, all you can do is repair or replace the board. its just easier to replace the circut board. An important piece of system hardware is fried. This can be fixed by replacing the dead/faulty part. If your TV is still under warranty, try taking it back to the store along with proof of purchase and telling them whats wrong Hope this helps!!!