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Battery why BL-5C drains charge very fast(new battery)

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I have nokia 7610 but gosh mya battery easily get drained, it tooks 3 hrs of use ,im using the correct battery -5c something like that,, pls help me find the solution

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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