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NEC MobilePro 770

Bought a "new" 770 off of ebay. It is in pristine condition ... original box, unsent warentee card and all the documentation. Wouldn't power up. Charged the battery for 10 hours and did a hard reset. It came on and worked perfectly for about 19 minutes, It shut down and won't come back up. Did another hard reset. No good. Is it the battery, the internal battery or do I need to send it in to have it repaired. It is just like new and I think it is probably something simple but I am no tech genius.

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These are older devices, and Lihium-Ion batteries degrade from the date of manufacture. You will most likely need to follow instructions (easy to find on the internet) to "fix" the battery. It needs two new cells.

Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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