Battery could have discharged too far. Recommendation is to get the wheels spinning for 10-15 minutes (they even go as far as saying to be pulled behind on bike) at roughly 10MPH. Check your remote to ensure it gets a little bit of a charge then try charging again. I'm not sure what type of batteries these run but if they are LiPo, if not stored properly it can cause issues.
Maybe this isn’t what you need, but here is what I found. On amazon no less… https://www.amazon.com/Eaglewireless-Compatible-Digitizer-Assembly-Replacement/dp/B0755D8BW3/ref=asc_df_B07...-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=309821967799&hvpo...-528825181652&psc=1
Pictures... pictures... pictures...Each and every step of the way.... I'm not huge into the small electronics repair but having to conduct lock/camera/security devices/access control devices troubleshooting consistently for my job, I started keeping a camera with stand in my tool bag and an anti-static tray to keep everything in the order. when I see something that looks like it is going to be a pain in the butt I'll take video of the exact process (where a stand for the camera comes in handy) of the tear down. Helps if you find something cool and want to reference in the future, it becomes a tool to teach and train on. Or if you are lucky you get good pictures of what not to do in regards to customer fixes.... Example of getting called to fix an deadbolt that "all of a sudden stopped working" in -50 degree windchill.... Come to find out they poured hot water into the key cylinder.... Can't argue with a picture of ice inside the lock I try not to add additional things where the don’t belong but I always...
Try adjusting the power plan of your computer, (Start menu> search “Power plan” > “choose a power plan”> set to power saver. Then restart computer. Try running PC with side open (if it goes away it may be a heat issue with your case). With it running determine if all the fans are working or if it a particular fan being louder then others. Otherwise updating BIOS may help the issue. if you have questions in how to trouble shoot a specific fan or updating BIOS let me know. Thanks
Looking up the model, i believe it is running windows 10 and I am assuming you have access into operating system settings. It's simple enough with windows 10 to factory reset. Just so I do my warning. Any files and programs will be removed so ensure any thing you want to keep is backed up on an external drive. (1) Go to settings (2) Then updates and security (3) Select recovery (mine shows up on left tree) (4) Select reset this pc, by clicking “get started” below it. (5) Select whether or not you want to keep files or remove everything (6) Then you get a warning about not being able to go to a previous os (7) Then a confirmation on what you are doing. Itll take several minutes byt should be retting to factory defaults. Just make sure you have the battery life or just have it plugged in so you don't have it turn odf in the middle od.the process. (8) Once it restarts you should have to do everything as if starting pc for the first time. (9) Good luck!
Sorry to say but i cannot find parts anywhere. You are able to get a used aerosmith guitar from ebay relatively inexpensive (20 to 40 usd) then at least you have parts from what you have currently. The couple positing i found for parts was a full broken control and that still was around the 20. Usd mark.
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In theory yes, in practice i wouldn't unless i can ensure no corrosion damage to connection terminals. Depending on your cost might be worth it to test. New screens and digitizers I've seen are ranging from 50 (dont trust) to 200. So you always have another option.