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Motorla Slvr L7 Won't hold charge

Battery charges full in 1 1/2 hour then holds for 1 day or less. Changed the battery, phone & charge at different times still the same problem. Is this normal for this model?

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Re: Motorla Slvr L7 Won't hold charge

Just bought a new battery for mine off of ebay, and I still only get 2 days standby time on it! pretty crazy..

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Re: Motorla Slvr L7 Won't hold charge

It depends on how much talking your doing. The Slvr is known for its low talk-time battery power. My slvr would last about 3 to 4 days on a charge, unless i was talking on it a lot. sometimes i would be charging it every other day. So it really all depends on the talk-time. Invest in a car charger for sure.

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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