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Hi,

It's my Humble request, do not offer solution because you need to answer to maintain Premium Rank.

Agreed, Overheating might be there when the cellphone is charging. But, Have you checked the Battery ?

Yes, - It uses Li-Ion ( BL-5C ). Nokia already accepted that this is a serious concern.Kindly read the article :-

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/08/14/nokia-confirmed-genuine-bl-5c-battery-overheat-issue/

Warm is OK!! Even Hot is fine if you are using it. But, if it's Overheating all the time, better to replace the Battery.

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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I used to have the same problem with my n70, it heats up and drains my battery, i just reformat it by *#7370# it will reformat your phone, and my heating problem is gone.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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Little bit heating is acceptable as after all it is working. It should not heat up too much. When you are using it and also have the charger connected to it naturally it will heat up as the battery is discharging and charging simultaneously. I have a Nokia E71 and use it as a wifi hotspot to access the net on my laptop, you got to see it heat up. And I also keep charging it as the battery drains very fast if used as a hotspot. But thats how it is. So, dont worry unless it heats up very much. If it does then show it to Nokia Care.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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May be your cell battery amphare is less than 1012. if it then change your battery. if not solve then i think your cell is short circuit. thanks

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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