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My motorola slvr battery signal does not blink when being charged anymore... What does this mean?

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  • siahkyaty Aug 02, 2009

    Naw the battery is new. Let me go into detail on the troubles with my phone....

    Alright a couple months ago the charger i bought stopped working... My brother tried to fix the charger and when i plugged the phone up the phone read "UNABLE TO CHARGE" after that i bought a new charger, and the phone would not even attempt to charge at all...

    I started to use a completely different L7 phone to charge the battery and I would just switch the battery once it was completely charged back and fourth to my regular phone...

    After that old battery was warped and clearly needed to be replaced i went and bought a new one. The lady used a charger at the metro store and it suddenly started charging, but when i used my charger at home it again wouldn't charge at all...

    So then i stuck a pen inside of the phone charger slot pushed up, and tried to charge the phone again... IT SUDDENLY STARTED CHARGING and everything was cool.

    Just now i tried to charge my phone and when i put the charger in it wouldn't charge so i stuck the pen in again, and it said charging... but the signal would not blink...

    So does that mean the phone is just busted?

  • siahkyaty Aug 02, 2009

    Damn... I just put the battery in a different phone and Its charging like its suppose to. The signal is blinking and all... So the charge slot or whatever is indeed busted... UGH. But if i continue to charge the battery on that phone will it blow up my battery?

  • siahkyaty Aug 02, 2009

    Alright, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!

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It could mean you have to replace the battery?

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  • dennis bullard Aug 02, 2009

    Well I would think so, it is most likely a dry joint on the board and when you push the pen in (kludge!) it engages but not sufficiently to allow a flow. It may also have taken a resisitor out that regulates the input.

    However let me run this by you, if the battery became totally flattened it may not blink until a reasonable amount of power has been accumulated, it then goes into trickle mode ( blink) If you are sure the battery is not completely flat having done a charge on another unit then think dry joint or damaged charge pin


  • dennis bullard Aug 02, 2009

    Not as long as the rating of amps is the same and the pin polarity is the same Most chargers have a pic showing whether its center + ve or Neg . Watch that the battery dosnt overheat on the otjher charger if its not the riht rating it will cook it.



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