Question about Panasonic KX-TG5632M Twin Cordless Phone
Protectiion diodes inside the handset are designed for this. Have you tried another charger/power supply since the power surge/spike? Battery may have also been reduced to 3.58 volt threshold or below. This will "not" allow the charge cycle to act in a normal mannor. If all that fails. Time for another. Capacitors don't like extrame power surges. nor do diodes or resistors. Says it all yeah
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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