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Battery problem my pantck dou runs out of battery .. in less than half an hour ..whats wrong with it. and it takes longer than usuall to charge ..

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Take out the battery ,clean the contacts if it sitll gives the same problem ,try chargeing with a usb or another charger.
If still doesnot work then you need to get the battery replaced.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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