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Revision to Chromo Inc T2 Troubleshooting

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[title|Chromo Inc T2 Troubleshooting]
=== Toggle the Power Button ===
 
Before we go any further in troubleshooting the device, press and release your power button three times to ensure the button is not sticking and that you feel the click. If there is no click, your power button is faulty andfaulty; therefore the logic board needs to be replaced. If this is not your problem, try holding down the button for 10 seconds. If none of these initially solves your problem, read on.
Before we go any further in troubleshooting the device, press and release your power button three times to ensure the button is not sticking and that you feel the click. If there is no click, your power button is faulty andfaulty; therefore the logic board needs to be replaced. If this is not your problem, try holding down the button for 10 seconds. If none of these initially solves your problem, read on.
 
=== Drained Battery ===
 
If your tablet won’t turn on, check to make sure the battery isn’t dead after continuous use. Plug your tablet in through its corresponding cable to either a computer or AC adapter to see if anything happens. If it still does not turn on, your batter may no longer hold a charge and must be replaced with a new battery.
 
=== Bad Screen ===
 
If you have already replaced the battery and the screen still does not turn on, you will have to replace it with a new screen. If screen becomes unresponsive to touch you may have to replace screen or logic board. If screen is damaged and displays a solid color, you will need a new screen.
 
== No Sound or Distorted Audio ==

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