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Battery charging problem

Charging indication not functional, but battery is getting charged. When tried to charge in "OFF" mode, the phone switched "ON" automatically. Any solution ?

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    Charging indication not functional, but battery is getting charged. When tried to charge in "OFF" mode, the phone switched "ON" automatically. Any solution ?

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