Give the following steps a try (1) Navigate to Wi-Fi settings and turn on Airplane mode. (2) Navigate to Wi-Fi settings again, click on the preferred network and click “Forget this Network” button. (3) Toggle Airplane mode off. (4) Connect to Wi-Fi network again, (Double check password) Hopefully the google translator works Accédez aux paramètres Wi-Fi et activez le mode Avion. Accédez à nouveau aux paramètres Wi-Fi, cliquez sur le réseau préféré, puis sur le bouton «Oublier ce réseau». Désactivez le mode avion. Connectez-vous à nouveau au réseau Wi-Fi, (vérifiez le mot de passe)
Couple different things: Usually the beeping and lights is a low battery, as you stated you have been charging the battery. Did you ever run the battery to completely dead? As that may have caused damage to the battery may leading to replacement. The other option is that it needs to be re-calibrated by doing the following (from operating manual) (1) Make sure you have hover board on flat/even surface * Mats should be even with eachother not tilted forward or backward. (1) Press and hold the on/off button for 15 seconds. Scoot will turn on. (2) Turn the board off and then turn the board back on. (3) Press power button twice and it should be calibrated
Sounds like a counter balance spring (least that is where I would start). Luckily Kenmore/whirlpool are pretty easy to pop open if it is an older model. Pop the shell off and take a look at the bottom back end of the tub see if the spring is broke/not connected. If it is broken get a replacement but sometimes the hole the hook is in will be broken. Just drill a new hole in the frame. and re-connect. There are videos if you need a play by play.
Sounds like a corrupted install. Have you tried booting phone in safe mode? Or I hate to push it towards this but doing a factory reset? https://youtu.be/Ry9wFVy-9Io Sorry it is an obnoxious video but it hits the basic points of a factory reset
Try with an DC Power Supply see if it powers on, if it does it is specifically the Battery Compartment and we can get you in more of the right direction. If it does not. I know these units have had issues and the exact same issue you are describing.
Check voltage on Power supply ensure it is outputting properly (if you have a meter). I’ve seen in some cases removing the power supply (completely unplugging from both Xbox and AC) and letting it sit for a minute and trying again work as a temporary fix but usually means the power supply is going out. If you know someone with the same unit I would recommend testing your box on their power supply. If you eliminated that it is going to be more internal which we can work on that after the basics. Just so I am asking all questions. Is this happened all the time or after it is being used for awhile? Is the Power supply sitting in a ventilated area as well. (not on top of a heat vent)?
Get into Recovery Mode (With Table Powered off) hold Power and Volume + for 10 seconds. Then choose "wipe data/factory reset". Then choose "Yes - delete all user data" option. Then choose reboot option. Obviously this is wiping ALL data so if there is something you’d like to save then this is not the right course of action.
Well, doing my digging there is 3 options. Simply put I would just try and see what is capable on the controller (if you haven’t tried changing settings) https://www.evilcontrollers.com/instruct... Pretty much just go through the xbox 360 Master, Rapid Fire and Nomad guides and play with it. As I cannot find any indicators for what controller is what exactly. Sorry cant be more of help but it is a sweet looking controller