[quote name='avenger425;46062]Tried it' date=' didn't work. Problem is my novel is not booting, when I plug in the charger the light is on and I don't think the light comes on while the device on.[/QUOTE'] Take the back off then unplug the battery connector then plug it back up and power on the PDN with the power button.
I took off the back cover and reconnected the battery plug, now it only boots when the AC is connected and the charge shows a red light. I'm wondering if that means if it is charging or running off AC power.
Sounds like a wise decision.. no need to start with a faulty unit.. there are enough "head scratching" situations without having to worry about whether there is a defect in the device.I think you will really like it once you get one that works correctly.
Red light does mean it's charging. sounds like you may have broken the battery connector, or the connector was broken."I am Returning my PDN as I discovered one of the plugs was disconnected, hopefully my local bb and b have white pdns left." Since that looks like what was wrong, it should work out. Keep us posted.
I had this problem the other day, at first I thought that the battery had completely discharged and that I had to wait until it charged up, but it still didn't do anything. In my case, it turned out that I had somehow changed the brightness of the unit down to 0%. I think this happened during one of those times where it's was supposed to be sleeping but wasn't.Anyhow, I took the Power Control widget off my main page and replaced it with the widgets from the Ultimate.zip because I mainly wanted a quick way to turn off the wifi controller.In my case, I couldn't see anything in an indoors setting, and happened to notice it when I looked at an angle in the sunlight.Hope this helps someone else!Jeff
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