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No charge battrey is not charging

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Check alternator

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The battery seems to be dead and the unit is not recharging. Even when plugged in to the wall, the unit does not charge.


this is because the battrey of your phone become dead thatswhy it is not charging in any way... so only you have to boost the batrey if ther is anything in the battrey then it will work otherwise you have to change the battrey and to avoid this type of problem don't try to work in low battrey...by this your bttrey life is long...enjoy it and pls vote

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