My phone wound up with a little salsa in it...don't ask. but it didn't make it to the battery, just to the charger spot. Now, it has funky stuff on the screen and I can't hear anyone calling and they can't hear me. I think it somehow thinks there is an earpiec plugged in, but I don't know where to look. Please help
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here in the philippines, we have a "universal charger" where in you can take out the battery and put it on the universal charger and plug it to the outlet. it's best for your problem. however, if the said exchange that you have said here is part of a warranty then you still had the same problem with the same particular phone, i think you better go to the store where you purchased that phone and talk to them regarding the same old problem. and ask them if they can exchange a different unit for you because tell them that you are not satisfied with the performance of that unreliable and not so durable gadget and its accessories. make a deal with them. convince them. don't let them manipulate you to just accept something that is really not acceptable.
The battery requires replacement. acquire a new battery, perform a full system charge and should provide all functionality. Refer to the user guide for additional detail and possibly technical support.
if the battery is to weak it cannot turn the motor using the charger power .with a full charge battery and those problems bad starter or froze up motor. if you must have charger on it to have power bad battery
The battery actually is exactly AA size, just has pins added. Having wasted a bit of time serching for a solution on the internet, I finally put a cheap AA non-chargeable instead of the original one. Just bent contacts in the shaver a little bit. The battery lasted about an hour or 10 shaves. In the end I didn't have to throw away a good shaver just for a dead battery and now don't need to carry a bulky charger when travel, but will try to use a ni-mh rechargeable one day.