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The phone dischages the battery in 3 hrs after charging it fully.

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    Battery is fully charged. Battery measures 3.9 Volts.

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first thing i would try is get another battery, if the phone is still under warranty, you can go to your local nokia service centre, and get a new battery under warranty, if not, just purchase one and i recommend you purchase a genuine nokia battery, not aftermarket

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