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BATTERY DEAD I very seldon use my phone and a charge will last for a week. Recantly when i turn the phone off at night the battery will be dead the next morning. If i leave the phone on all night it is fine.

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  • sbsinc1 Jan 23, 2009

    thank you xalint1 I will try that tonight



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From your description its not the battery its the phone.If the battery was dieing it would discharge even when you leave your phone on.Does the battery feel warm to you when you leave the phone off for awhile?If it does remove the battery.

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