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BATTERY PROBLEM I CHARGE THE BATTERY FULLY BUT WHEN I SWITCH IT ON AFTER A FEW DAYS BATTERY IS DEAD

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This is a typical indication that the battery has failed & need to be replaced. In your case, the battery cannot hold the charge.

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If the battery is fully charged and you put it back on and the dials are dead - you have a serious problem.

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In the old days rust killed cars - now faulty electronics kill them - a dash could be $750 or more an ECU to manage the engine could be more.

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My battery went dead this morning i charged it this evening and it is just showing a battery and timer wont switch on or charge??


from what I hear, you have either fully charged your battery or your battery is pretty much completely dead.

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1. If it's completely dead and won't hold a charge it's time to purchase another battery, this happens from time to time so don't freak out about it.
2. If it's fully charged, try taking the battery completely out of the phone, and re-inserting it after a few minutes, sometimes cell phones need to be reset.
3. ensure that your charger is working properly, if its not getting juice to it neither is your phone.
4. try to dial your number just to see what happens to the phone.
5. if someone else u know has a charger like yours try to borrow theirs to charge your phone possibly ruling out a bad charger

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