Question about Motorola Mobility TracFone C139-4 Cellular Phone
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Have the battery tested to see if it holds a charge (This can easily be done by using an inexpensive multimeter). Place the multimeter leads on the battery terminals (red on plus, black on minus sign). Set the multimeter to DC voltage, 0-12 VDC. Let the phone charge for 4-6 hours with the battery in. Unplug the phone & take out the battery. Test the battery as explained above - if it isn't holding a charge...then the battery's probably bad (purchase another battery).
It sounds like your're stating that the phone works only when you plug it in, so I'm assuming that the power adapter and the plug recepticle are in working order - otherwise, the phone wouldn't work.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
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