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let the battery drain off fully, remove and clean the contacts and battery contacts. replace and put the phone to charge, once fully charged , allow it to remain for 12 hours.
Now check this out, if the timing has changed, if so repeat,
Other wise the battery needs a replacement.
First, every phone battery has their own required / maximum time of charging. Charging it before going to bed will over charge the battery.
Since you're getting 75% of the battery status, it means that the battery is now starting to become defective. The best thing that you may do is to buy a brand new battery for your phone.
Most brand new batteries requires 6 to 8 hours of charging. After the initial charging, the next charging will be 3 to 4 hours only. BUT, you have to make sure that the battery runs out of charge before plugging it in to the wall socket. This will make the battery life lasts long.
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If you use
a car charger, use a wall plug instead and replace the battery; because a lot
of car chargers can harm battery life…especially if that is all you’ve ever used.
Also check the settings on the phone, if you have disabled power saving
features that dim the screen after so many seconds then the backlight will
drain the battery very quickly. Use name brand batteries and not the ones that
come with the phone. If you have not tried to buy a new battery yet, the ones
that come with the phone can often ****. Finally, make sure that you do not
have a short in your wall charger and that the first time you use a new battery
you charge it fully to begin with and don’t charge it again until it is
completely depleted. Supposedly newer batteries do not have to be primed, but I
find it is a good practice anyway.
You might have what is called "memory'. If you continue to replace the phone on it's charger after each call the battery will "think" it's empty, giving you s short charge time. Next time you replace the batteries (rechargeable) FULLY charge them then leave the phone off the charger until you go to bed at night.
You just have to charge it fully but not for long as soon as it turns full battery then swithch ur phone off then take the battery out for a sec then put it back on then turn ur phone on then it will work for a longg timeee kk..
I looked up the battery specs for your phone. They are 3 X 200mah= 600mah battery packs. They should last 8 hrs talk time with the headsets. This style of battery pack in my experience only last about 1 1/2years and sometimes longer and "sometimes" shorter...much shorter. I bet you never had problems when you first got them. Basicly this "battery design arrangment" goes back many years before newer battery technlogy was developed. But designers still insist on using them even today. They are cheap to make.
****Time to replace them with new ones.****
Make sure you follow the mfgs charging instructions:
"After battery installation, place the handsets in their base unit or charger and allow to charge for 16 hours before use. You can keep the battery charged by returning the handsets to their base unit or charger after each use. When the battery is fully depleted, a
recharge takes about 12 hours. Average talk time on a fully charged battery is about eight
hours depending on environmental conditions, standby time is approximately four days."