Well I bought a different home charger around thanksgiving after I misplaced it last year. I was forced to buy a similar one that fit in the port but only charged the internal battery for some reason. Now all of a sudden my phone is refusing to charge. Has my internal battery finally given out or is this repairable?
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keep the battery out for 30 minutes, keep the charger UNPLUGGED from the phone. Then put the battery into the phone and charge it, (with the phone off), for the determined time in your cell phone's user manual. (Recommended 3-5 hours)
If the phone was totally dead before it refused to charge initially, then the refusal to charge is due to the fact that there was no residual charge left to bring it to a charge, because the battery completely died. To fix it, kick start the charging process. Remove the battery, and using a universal charger (desktop charger) charge the battery for say 10 minutes, before re- inserting the battery to the phone and continuing with the normal charging process. If this does not work out, then problem is with the charging port. It has to be replaced. This can be done by nearby local phone repairers. Hope it helps? Success.
Hello, when a phone does not charge, it means that the phone charger or the port at which the charger is inserted in the phone is faulty.
Might be due to dust or dirt. You can Clean charging port on the phone with a brush and alcohol to remove dirt.
After cleaning it,if still not charging, you can test charger with another phone to be sure if the charger is working. And if charger works with another phone,that means the charging port on the phone is faulty and will need to replaced.
Don't know about the different surfaces problem, but the batteries...I had similar problem with duracell charger/rechargeables and my digital camera. I bought new batteries, charged them up and they didn't last long at all. I finally bought a brand new charger and batteries and they work great as they should. Maybe the charger is bad or try cleaning the charger battery contacts with pencil eraser to see if that helps. Also, some devices work best with "normal" batteries.
the problem is that the phones socket, where that you put the charger in is broken. your phone needs a new socket. if the battery and your chager is fine, then it will be the socket of your phone that needs to be replaced.
I'm sorry to say I don't know much about Olympus digital cameras, I've never had one on the bench.
I would take your camera and charger to a shop that sells Olympus batteries try a different battery first, this way you can try it out before you buy and make sure the camera and charger are working ok...
The battery is a Li-Ion, when these get flattened too far they shut down and will refuse to charge, they can sometimes be recovered by using a power supply to lift them but you must be very careful (use a 300ma wall wart at just over the rated voltage of the battery for 10 mins then put it back in the charger) as they can catch fire if over charged, shorted or connected backwards also if its been so flat it refuses to charge its certainly past its best and should be replaced as its likely it will let you down again.
On the other hand it could be the charger, so best to try and check out both before buying anything.
If it happened very suddenly and the battery was still able to run the camera for quite a while I would think a charger problem is more likely, if the battery has been taking less time to charge recently and lasting shorter times its more likely the battery..
Having said that the protection circuits can shut down a seemingly good battery for other reasons.
If you find its the charger third party (non Olimpus) chargers are available quite cheaply on ebay as are batteries