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Re: my motoflip is not charging
Your battery is dead. You need to change it. One more thing you can check before changing your battery put your battery in some other handset and try to charge it through that charger if it works then your chargers output voltage is wrong change it.
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NEVER remove the battery cable when the engine is running. It can damage the alternator and a lot of other electronics on the vehicle. The alt will go to the full charge mode. Most all of the dash warning lighs shut off thru a circuit that goes to the alternator. Check your wiring for loose connectors or a grounding wire.
I just went thru same thing with my 2003 f-350 diesel. I hooked up my horse Trailor and drove to Von's parked went in came back out and truck was dead. I tried to jump it didn't work. Then over next two hours two tow truck Drivers hooked up to both batteries full power charge direct to my truck and would not start. End story required two new batteries alternator and cilanoid discussed above. In other post. Also contributing to the cause was really badly coroded cables they looked good at the connection point but wher discovered to be coroded inside the tubing just above the end connections so bow it has all been replaced and I have had no trouble since. Hope this helps. Tanya
Could be - I would take the scooter or battery to a car store and they will load check the battery - That is, they will cause the battery to do work, and measure the voltage. Measuring volts while the battery is at rest will indicate full voltage. That would be a flawed test.
Good day to you, how are you doing? The problem with your gps that the battery goes flat is as a result of a weak battery, the battery might seem to hold full charge but gets discharged easily and soon. First try another battery in it to see if it will run down easily, if it last for long, then all you need to do is to replace the old battery with a new one, but if the battery goes flat soon, then it is the gps that need to be checked for its energy consumption.
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You probably need to replace your batteries again most batteries in a owc need to be charged 12 hrs a day for the first month at least to build up the capacity if not they will slowly dwindle and wont last long and will need to be replaced
the battry is dead, or the charging socket is not working try to but a full charged battry from another device and see if your device work, of not this problem in the power section of your mobile it's an easy problem and will not cost you much
here is a place for a battry
follow the manual!
first charge you got to charge it for 24h then let run untill its runs out and then plug it in ordinery
let the battry discharge every time before plug it in
thats how you keep the battry live as long as possible