Question about RIM BlackBerry 7130c Cell Phone
Just got new blackberry 7130c and it worked fine when I turned it on for the first time, but now when i put the battery back in the phone turns on by itself and the screen just shows a battery with a red line through it. Thought maybe itwas a bad battery, but i put the battery in another one of my blackberrys, and it works fine
This usually means the bb and battery got a little wet or has other issues. Try these solutions in order. They go from easisest to hardest. NOTE: If you have an insurance policy on the bb probably best just to take it in.
1. Remove the back cover. Remove the battery and the SIM card. Wait 30 seconds. Replace SIM, battery and back cover. Reboot. Plug in the bb and charge fully.
2. If that doesn't work, allow the bb to remain unplugged but ON for about 24 hours to drain the battery. Remove back cover and battery. Allow battery and opened bb to sit in a dry environment for 24 - 36 hours. Relace battery and cover. Reboot. Plug in the bb and charge fully.
3. If that fails retry step 2 but allow battery to FULLY drain then dry out again.
4. Take in.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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