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New battery in my 2+ year old E2.

I recently put a new battery in my 2+ year old E2. It was running great but it's a few weeks later and now it won't power on and doesn't seem to recharge. What to do?

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Turns out I found a solution on a diiferent forum. They suggested opening up the E2, disconnecting the battery and then plugging the unit into the AC charger. The display turned on (Palm logo), then the AC charger is disconnected, the battery is reconnected to the E2 and everything is screwed back together. Seemed to solve the problem. Hurrah!

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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Its a good possibility that you could have received a bad battery or maybe even over charged the device. I would consider returning the battery for another and if problem still exist you should consult Palm about the nature of your problem

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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