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Sanyo wiza16 i have this old mda phone and want to use it again but can't find the manual so i need instructions and also a charger as mine doesn't work anymore.  is it possible to get these?

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SOURCE: t-mobile mda

buy a battery new

Posted on Sep 22, 2007


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SOURCE: MDA (T-mobile)

the mini usb conn is known to come unsolderd .then you will have no power .so just charge the battery by its self

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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SOURCE: Phone does not charge battery

Use the factory charger, i had that problem becuz i was using a razr charger, if nothing works call tmobile and tell them u r in warentee and u want to do a hanset exchange

Posted on Dec 03, 2007

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SOURCE: lost manual for sanyo compounder plas cordless

go to www.sanyoservice.com/partsinquiries.cfm

www.devicemanuals.com/.../Telephone%20and%20Fax/Sanyo/Sanyo-Cordless-Telephone-CLT2420-User's-Guide-TXpFME1UST

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: MDA Not turning on anymore

u r phone is dead so plz admit into a service center to repair

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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No power


Make sure you have an original OEM charger for the MDA. Many of the knock off chargers don't provide the right amperage for the device. What happens is that since the phone is completely dead, it can't regulate how many amps the battery should get during the charge and an incorrect charge current won't charge the battery. I'm guessing that someone sold you a Motorola RAZR charger or another knockoff made for the RAZR. This might charge your phone when the battery is working, but not when it's DEAD. Also you won't have luck plugging it into a computer USB cable because, again, the phone can't tell the computer what charge to send and most computers only produce <0.5 amps in the USB port.

Get a charger that states it is an OEM (original eqipment manufacturer) device or one that is specifically designed for the MDA (or Cingular 8125). eBay is full of them.

Bad charger (probably won't work for a dead battery)

Good Charger (correct amperage and designated for the MDA)

Jul 08, 2008 | T-Mobile MDA

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I have an T-Mobile MDA. I haven't used it for over 6 months, went to charge it last night. plugged in the charger and the blue power light came on, went to menu screen. Left the MDA charging upon returning...


Your first bet is to remove the battery and hold down the power button for 10 seconds, then replace the battery and try to turn it on.

Sorry I'm not more familiar with the model of phone you're talking about but this has worked for my old PDA's when they won't power-cycle correctly.

Jun 27, 2008 | T-Mobile Computers & Internet

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MDA will not power up.


another this to try is get a new battery.
mine had the same problem i would try to charge and nothing and it would turn on for about 30 seconds then turn off and i tried putting it on a charger within those 30 seconds but it wouldnt take a charge.
i got a new battery theat had some charge in it and it worked great! alot of the time thats all you need it a new battery

Mar 15, 2008 | T-Mobile MDA

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Battery won t charge or operate phone Problem - T-Mobile MDA Compact Smartphone


Okay, I searched and searched until I found a solution that worked for me. I tried the USB thing, I got my phone to turn on once, but never to charge. Here's what I did:

(Do this at your own risk)
I zapped my battery with a 9v battery. One wire on each terminal and then held it to the MDA battery (positive to positive, negative to negative) for about three seconds. I did this about five times. (Don't let the wires touch while they are connected to the 9v battery.) I IMMEDIATELY plugged my phone into a wall charger, NOT my computer (The computer wouldn't charge my phone). As soon as it was connected to the wall charger, I turned it on. After starting up, the orange light came on, and it started charging. I was skeptical about this solution at first, but trying everything else I resolved to do this and then if it didn't work buy a new battery, but it worked and my MDA is charging as I'm typing. The original ideal came from a post on the xda-developers website by dew1989. I added the additional steps that got my battery charging again. I hope this helps!

Dec 04, 2007 | T-Mobile MDA Compact Smartphone

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Phone does not charge battery


Use the factory charger, i had that problem becuz i was using a razr charger, if nothing works call tmobile and tell them u r in warentee and u want to do a hanset exchange

Nov 22, 2007 | T-Mobile Wing™ Smartphone

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T-mobile mda usb port broken


try other USB ports on your comptuer and try it on another computer before trying to open it up

Nov 13, 2007 | T-Mobile MDA

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Help ASAP my MDA wont turn on


it might take a while tfor the light to come on . leaving it on all night should not hurt it. try charging it again

Nov 06, 2007 | T-Mobile MDA

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T-mobile MDA on/off switch broken


plug in your charger to your phone, find something small to stick into the reseting hole, when your phone turns on, go into settings>power>advanced: un-click the "turn off device if not used for"
it may drain your battery faster, BUT it works!!! :D
Good Luck!

Apr 14, 2007 | T-Mobile MDA

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My MDA won't turn on even when its on the charger.


THE SCREEN AND LIGHTS HAVE BLOWN YOU NEED NEW PHONE

Apr 11, 2007 | T-Mobile MDA

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