Question about Nokia 6681 Cellular Phone
The pins( the small, shiny strips of metal that are located in the battery compartment) that connect the phone to the battery could possibly be damaged, or the phone processor can for some reason be running at full power when you make a call, thus draining the battery faster than normal. find a cell phone repair shop and have them look at the phone. otherwise, you will have to manually replace the hardware in the phone, which is not considered feasible for the average consumer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I suggest you remove the battery and test it with another similar phone to see if it will charge, if it does, it means the battery is ok but if it did not, it means the battery is bad and need to be change.
But if the battery is good, it means the charging port is bad, all you need to do is to change your charging port because that is the next action place to check.
Looking at this two areas should profile a solution to your problem.
Thanks and wish you best of luck.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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