Had a Razr which worked great for three years, the...
Had a Razr which worked great for three years then my accompanying wall charger started showing a quick green flash folowed by permanent red. Went to Verizon store where the guy sold me a Verizon charger. Too it home and charged up both batteries after which the phone sumply refused to see any signal. I now notice that the new crager is 5.0 volts versus the old one which was 4.2. Did the new charger blow my phone?
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Computer will not charge your phone if the computer is off, may stop charging during standby or sleep mode. If failure to charge over night was on wall charger its a problem with charger/cable. OR your phones battery is junk.
If you have your receipt, check with Ryobi to see if it is still under warranty. It comes with either a 2 or 3 year warranty, depending on when it was purchased. If it is still covered, get it replaced/repaired. If it is not, buy the P117 charger. $30 at Home Depot. It has a 90 day satisfaction guarantee. If it charges your batteries properly, you're good. If not, bring it back if you don't like/want it. My P113 won't get out of test mode now, or charge Lithium batteries anymore. So I bought the P117 yesterday. Works great, and it's a lot cheaper than new batteries! And it has a 3 year warranty.
the 1103 uses an onboard charger. Charger's life span is about 3 years; some fail in 6 months, some in 6 years keep in mind. You can charge the 1103 using an offboard charger which are available for about $50.00 on Ebay. Search for electric wheelchair charger. You want one that has a 4 to 6 amp rating.
The offboard charger has a 3-prong connector on one end and the other plugs into a grounded wall outlet. Plug the charger into an outlet and the three prong connector into the female three prong connector located at the bottom front of the joystick. Give it a good overnight charge and it should be back up to snuff in the morning.
My guess is that the charging port in your phone has gone bad. By holding it a certain way, you may be reconnecting it just enough to make the connection. Probably have a loose or broken wire inside your phones port. You may also see this is a problem if you try to hook it up to a pc.
Your charger is faulty. If your phone is able to charge off of other sources (computer, car charger, another wall charger) Then, the charger needs to be replaced. Some mobile companies have a 90 warranty on accessories like the charger and battery. Then the mobile manufacture (Motorola) has a 1 year warranty on the charge and battery. I would check on that, and get those replaced.
well, there is no much to do in there, either the charger, the battery , or the phone is dead.
Try removing battery from inside and then put everything back, and try restarting it again, after charging for ten minutes.
If it still does not work, and the phone is new, call the number on the phone booklet, and ask if you can take your new phone to an authorized shop for a checkup, if it is a faulty charger or battery, they usually replace them on the spot.
Well it is both. It should only ever say bootloader when it is plugged in to a PST machine and getting the software updated. I would say that it the hardware is causing the poor battery life or a combo of the battery and the phone.
umm dat mite be a prob becuz the car usually pumps more voltage in the fone...........and if too much is pumped it damage the circuit board and mite even fry the system......
be care ful and keep trying the wall charger..........hope it works