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Parent Unit Not receiving charge. Replaced battery and charger.

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If battery charger is dead, phone won't charge or turn on.
If battery charger cable is broken, tablet won't charge or turn on.

You need to ensure you have a good working charger, and a good cable. Only a known good charger and a known good cable can charge the unit. Borrow or invest in a new charger and cable (they're cheap on eBay).

Only once you know the charger and cable are good can you determine that they are not the problem.

Depending on how old the unit is, it's possible the battery can no longer hold a charge and needs to be replaced. You won't know that though until you first determine the charger and cable you're using are working properly and providing a good charge.

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MPB33 motorola baby monitor


Hi,

For better assistance you can contact our Baby Monitors specialist.
http://www.motorolacordless.us/

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You tom tom uses a lithium ion rechargeable battery that lasts at least four hours after charging it fully. To charge it fully, you need to connect it to a charger and allow it to charge for about 2-3hours, if he battery is weak it will loose charge easily loosen its strength easily and if it is dead, it will not hold a charge at all.

What exactly is wrong with your battery? if it is not holding a charge, then i will advice you you first try to use it on another device and plug it for about 2 hours before using it in there, if it works, then it means your battery is still working perfectly fine, but if it does not, then it means the battery is dead and needs to be replaced.

Test your charger also by using it on another device to see if it will charge the device, if it charges it, then it means your charger is alright, but if it does not, then it means the charger is faulty that is why it is not charging the battery. And all you have to do is replace the battery.

Also you need to test the device, by fixing another well tested battery into it, and using a well tested charger on it, if it does not come on, or seem to charge, then it means there is a problem with the connection port or something with the unit.

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I have the same tomtom and it has the same problem. Sorry to say it is the battery. You cant change it it has to go to Tom Tom. I just bought a new one. Hope this helps.

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I had this happen, and I solved it by connecting it to the car charger for a while, then bringing it in and connecting it DIRECTLY to the AC charger for a full charge. (This assumes the battery is not just kaput.)

Here's what I think happens: The AC charger doesn't have enough current capability to run the unit by itself AND keepp the battery charged (bad design), so, if left continuously ON, the battery will eventually drain. In this state, if you shut it off, the unit senses a low-battery condition and will try to charge, but the charging circuit tries to draw too much from the AC charger and the voltage droops (causing the whine) to the cutoff point (causing it to stop charging, another case of bad design). The car charger has more current capability, so it gets the battery charged enough to use the AC charger again.

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