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Phones not charging

My phones are NOT charging, and they are very warm and I think they are giving off some type of radiation from the batteries. Should I throw the phones away or replace the batteries?

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You should definately throw the batteries away. They are probably close to dying and have very little battery life every charge. everytime you charge your battery it has less life in it so if it is old it might be time to replace the batteries.

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