shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Sat Nov 24 01:21:27 GMT 2007
What you could try is to completely run down the battery by just leaving the
unit on. You'll know it's dead because there'll be no lights on the unit.
Then completely charge the battery with the unit off. You'll know it's
charging because the lights on the front will be on. That might improve your
A no signal condition can be caused by lots of things thoe so your battery
may be just fine.
On Fri, 23 Nov 2007, Gary Steeves wrote:
> I have a royal tek as well. My question is how do you tell if the
> battery is dead or low? Right now I'm getting the error no signal
> when I'm in places where I've had signals before. The only thing I
> can think is it's a battery issue. Also, not sure that when I plug it
> into my power bar it's charging correctly. that's another issue but
> I'm just curious how everyone tells when the battery is low.
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