I can't get my Kyocera Marbl phone to accept a charge.
I've had this phone about 1yr. and have'nt had that first problem.All of a sudden it won't charge up. The phone battery has since ran completely dead. Is my connection bad where it plugs into the phone or where the charger plugs into the wall? Where can I buy a new charger at in terre haute,In.
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No, usually phone work with their own charger, you simply won't be able to plug in a different charger because it has a different connector. The only thing you can do is get a replacement charger for your phone (normally you can find them on Ebay), or you can get universal chargers for phones which will have the connector type required for your phone and you can adjust the amperage and voltage required to charge your phone (you can find this on the back of your phone charger or in the phone manual).
The same happened to me! what you can do is put the felt dots that are used to stop furnature from scratching the floor on the inside of the phone near the earpiece. it stops the dots from appearing or growing anymore. This is my third one of this phone! I would know!
P.S. prevention is better than any repair you can get!
I had the same problem. I found a recommendation to disable message alerts, then power off/on the kyocera (mine is a Marbl). This seems to have done it for me. It may have just been the powering off/on that did it. Try that first.