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** Extend the life of your phone - Motorola 5.8Ghz - MD700 series ** PROBLEM: We got tired of buying so many of the replacement/rechargable batteries for our Motorola 5.8Ghz phone. So I started labeling the replacement batteries by taking a permanent ink pen (aka. 'sharpie pen') and writing the date of install directly onto the battery. I noticed that I was buying replacement batteries after just a few months.
SOLUTION & EXPECTED OUTCOME: After some searching online, I discovered that you can purchase stronger batteries. We did this and have extended the from months to years. Currently we're still running on batteries that were installed in January, 2008. That's almost two years on the same battery.
We purchased our replacement 3.6V2000mAh batteries from "SmartBatts" - if you need more info, or encounter any difficulty locating the replacement batteries, then reply back to this post and I'll help!
hi there more often than not phones like your Bt4500 have a battery that's installed inside the handset, now after long charge times and the handset being plugged in the base the battery becomes lifeless and faulty and dies, once a power cut happens as the handset has no longer got power the battery can not recover ! my best advice would be to open the back of the handset and locate the battery and replace with same from mapplins or ebay and give new battery a good charge this should get your phone working again
The battery retaining clip assembly sits inside a groove that holds it in place. Do not try to pry it you'll probably break it into many pieces. Using a retaining spring pliers, insert the pliers two prongs into the two tooling holes in the assembly and squeeze it so the clip assembly clears the groove ledge. It will come out slowly. Replace the battery. Assembly is the reverse.
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