Question about Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone
Well, before you start troubleshooting with your Nokia 6300, remove the battery and check whether it's working or not, you can try with your tongue, if it has no fault, you'll feel the sour taste of the DC current, if not, then the battery is the problem, it needs a replacement. But before you replace it, check with another battery of same type, (you can use your friends mobile battery), and see how it works with your phone. Clean the battery Terminal Tip (- and +) with rubber (pencil eraser), and clean the battery connector of your mobile as well. If all these don't show any positive results, check whether your phone is hotter as compared to normal temperature, particularly behind the battery case. If it's so, get help from a technician. Sometimes, it can be easily fixed with all these tips, but sometimes, you can never repair it anyhow, when the power IC is dead. You can check using a mobile flashing software (which is available at the mobile repairing shop) if it's booting with it or not. Give it a try and Good luck....and do let me know so that i can help you better next time..
Posted on May 08, 2010
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