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Nokia 6131 date/time wont keep going when phone turned off

My phone is about 14 months old and I travelled to different time zone but still in Australia. It updated the time when I turned the phone on after air travel but when i set the alarm then turned off the phone it wont keep time. It stays on the time that it was when I turn it off. It worked fine in Tasmania, but now I am in WA. Can some one please email me with a solution.. Thanks so much. Mandy. email is handymandy71@hotmail.com

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  • ipetitev Nov 24, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem.  It has appeared a week ago *Nov. 2008) . II bought that NOKIA  6131 in May 2007.


    I would also be interested to get any advice. My e-mail address is:
    Ivan.Petiteville@gmail.com


    Ivan

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Going further in my investigations, I have realized that the problem did not occur when my phone remained plugged via the charger. That made me think that there might be a problem due to a weak battery. I have bought a new battery BL-4C two days ago and the problem ..... disappeared !!!

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