Question about Nokia 3110 Cellular Phone
Hi!... I think your battery is very drained. Try to "shock" the battery first. If you have a DC supply at home, set the supply at 6-10V then Put the negative terminal wire to the negative terminal of the battery and in a snap put the Positive wire to the Positive Terminal of the Battery. Then put your battery back to your phone and charge it. It will probably be ok.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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