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Will not charge and phone says it is to hot

The phone will not accept a charge. I was charging the phone for over 2 hrs. and then a message appered on the phone saying it is to hot. I have gotten 4 different phones from att and this has happened 2 all of them. The last 3 right out of the box. They have given me different chargers n batteries n the same problem. I even charged the phones @ two different places! I am @ my witts end! Thanks for your time and help.

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