If your pendo won’t start up and when you plug it in to charge the charge light does not turn on try this:
- Plug the charger in and leave it for 2 hours (it seems the light will not turn on if the battery has been fully depleted)
- Remove the charger
- Press and hold the power button for 2 seconds, then release it and wait 10 seconds.
- Repeat this step 2-3 Times, usually this will bring it back to life
- Plug the charger back in and charge to full battery (this will probably take a few hours)
This is how I fixed the charging problem with my PENDO 360 Flip ( PENDO 11.6″ Convertible ).
After updating windows 10 the it will say ‘Plugged in, Not Charging’.
To fix the issue you need to re-install the drivers for the battery and charger by doing the following:
- If your Flip has run flat, plug it in for two hours before attempting to turn it on.
- Leave the charger plugged in.
- Hopefully this will let it start again.
- Press the [windows] key and [R] at the same time. A run box should appear.
- In the box next to the promt ‘Open’ enter ‘compmgmt.msc’.
- Then press ‘OK’.
- In the screen that appears select ‘Device Manager’ and then ‘Batteries’.
- You should see the following:
- Click each item under ‘Batteries’ and then click the red ‘x’ to remove it.
- Then restart your Flip.
- The charger should then start working again.
run the command:
ps -Af | grep smb.conf
obviously samba will need to be running for this to work.
Otherwise you can try the slower:
find / | grep smb.conf
The holes for the toothbrushes could be a little smaller, and in my haste to remove the print I ripped the bottom few layers of the model.
Two hour print time, you can download the stl file here: ToothbrushHolder.stl
The design is a post-it note holder with one pad each for today and tomorrow. I find it handy to have a list of things that need to be done today and those that can wait!
Here is the 3d Model, It took a while to make as I had to draw all the letters manually. I am using FreeCAD and the design is parametric.
The following photo shows the printer halfway through the print after just completing the insets. The design takes 2 hours to print. In the later prints I used a 10 row skirt with 0 distance from the model which really helped to prevent the model from warping as it cooled.
Download the stl file here: new.stl
or view on Thingiverse.