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Just got an exchanged pantech duo

Still having charging issues with a new phone and battery.They did not send a new charger though. Now it drains in a day. Still has issues charging too. Also not sending texts and not showing incoming calls just got it 2 days ago. Works worse then the old one!!!

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  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    I have had 3 Pantech Duos exchanged...and having the same problem everytime. The phone is indicating that it's fully charged and within 3 hours completely dead



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The issue may not be your phone or the battery. It may be the charger. My friend and i both have a pantech duo. She was always having problems with her battery, draining just after two hours. The funny thing was that whenever she used my charger, the battery kept charge. I tried my phone out on her charge, and found that it didn't keep the charge either. So we went to the store and found that it wasn't the phone, it was the charger.  Often the charger can mess up the phone. Order a new charger, and that should be the solution to your phone. (:

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