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Motorola E680i not charging properly

Hi, I have a Motorola E680i. While charging it, it fell and apparently few hours later when I checked the port (for the charger) it was a bit loose (didn't realise this when I took it off the charger). Since then I have not been able to use the charger cable to charge it. The USB cable works inconsistently - if I 'jiggle' the cord a bit and not disturb it, it 'may' charge. Last night when I did this I woke up this morning to find the phone blank and refusing to turn on. Took out the battery this evening and used a universal charger, tried it again and now it's working.
Help! I REALLY love this phone. Is it a battery problem or the port for the charger that is a problem?
Your assistance is gretaly appreciated.

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  • nyli May 16, 2008

    I have similar problem. How do i change the port???

  • nyli Jun 07, 2008

    i have same problem. the battery port. It cannot work. I bought universal cell phone battery charger and two extra battery. And it solved the problem.



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Charge port prob lo...just change new port or do it ur self

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First see if you can get the port on the store. Or may be the glue can fix any cracks to make it work;) but advice on glue: use wisely ! If nothing works, contact me , anyway you have the USB charging system as backup

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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