My wall charger does not work when i plug it in. Sometimes the red light comes on to say its charging but when i place it down it goes away. Now when i plug it in it doesnt even charge at all.
Why is this happening.
Do i have to buy and new phone or a new charger...?
I had a similar problem with my wildcard not charging. Seems that the problem was that dust/lint/dirt had collected in the charger socket of the phone. I used an aerosol can of compressed air to blow out the charger socket on the phone.Haven't had any problem since.
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When the red light is on it is to indicate that the charger is getting power from the wall outlet. If there is a second light that normally comes on Green when charging pay close attention to it when you first plug the charger in. See if it blinks even once then turns off. If it does that means the charger is not seeing any battery voltage at the plug that goes into the chair. If the green light does not blink at all then it usually means the charger is defective. Also most wheelchair battery chargers will not charge the batteries if the chair is to dead to even turn on.
there are most likely two things that are wrong with your tablet, 1. your battery is worn out or your charger/chargers might be worn out.Try plugging your tablets charger back in while its off and then turn it on. If that doesnt work then try the pinhole reset button while the charger is plugged in. Since your charger might be faulty have a professional check for shorts in the charger. if none of these work consider replacing the battery, the charger, or the tablet itsself. if this doesnt help you i apologize for wasting your time with answers that are incorrect or answers that you may have tried before.
Hello! It seems that you have a problem with the laptop charger connector. It maybe in short circuit. You can try to look for some electronic workshop that works with reballing, BGA solder, etc., that might change it. In Portugal we have some, so I think in other countries you can find them to.
with the red lcd light blinking it means there is a software issue try syncing it with your blackberry desktop manager the application loader if that doesnt work u will need to contact you service provider for replacement options
Get a USB wall charger. These are AC adapters that plug directly into the outlet. You then plug the USB from your MP3 into the port on the adapter.
Charge your MP3 player on the go. There are also charging kits that plug into the cigarette lighter or power plug in your car. These kits come with a DC power adapter that has a port on the end for you to plug in your MP3.
Acquire Apple iPod specific chargers. When you need to charge your iPod music player through an outlet, look for the Universal USB car charger or the Universal USB travel charger made specifically for Apple products.
Make sure that you have your player on a power strip or surge protector so that if you get a surge you wont fry your player.
Dust getting in the charger is a problem, Try blowing it out with a moisture-free dust remover, found at most any store. Green flashing means improper power, due to dust or power from the outlet, try a differant wall outlet. Red flashing means the charger or battery is to hot and must cool down before it will charge. The charger will not charge a battery if the lights are flashing. Solid Red light means it is charging and solid green light means it is charged. Plug the charger in first before putting the battery on the charger. If the charger has been droped or hit the floor the coil inside could have broke loose and dammaged the charger requiring it to be replaced.
The battery might be an issue. Sometimes with lithium Ion batteries, tehy just act retarded and need to be jump started from the dead. Buy a battery from any vendor and test it out. If it doesnt work you can always return it.