Question about Palm Tungsten E Handheld
I also have a Palm "E". It works fine plugged into the wall charger/Power supply but will not hold a charge at all. I too have 30 years of electronic repair but it is of no benefit with micrelectronic products. I thought there might be a fuseable device for the battery supply? But it sounds like there is a better chance of it not working at all if I get inside the unit. But really if the device is not portable it is fairly worthless. Any advice on this- I guess I should be smart and just let it go-toss it and move on. Any confirmation on this? Thanks T
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
Mine stopped working 2 weeks after i replaced the battery. i played around with the reset button as well as the on/off switch. Then i thought what would happen if i removed the battery then reinstalled it. It worked!!!!
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Amazingly prone to static electricity. Because Tungsten was smart enough to make the battery a solder in (yeah right), service on them is so bad, even Tungsten won't fool with it. Can you say paperweight?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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