Question about Sony Ericsson K550i Cellular Phone
It is a long way to go about but to start with you need to remove the battery from the back side. use a paper to carefully to clean the contacts of the battery. use a good cleaner to cean the batery terminals of the cell phone if there is visible dirt. make sure the contacts of the phone is having the good touch with the battery, if not use a tweezer to slightly move it forward, use yourr charger but check if the charger had gone bust hence check for the voltage to the terminal point, if not replace charger. If all this wont help you will have to check furtheer into the board for failure of electronic parts/software which may be a difficult , hope this advice helps you. Good day
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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