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Battery Charged battery the night before, charge was complete, the next day phone would not let me dial any numbers the keypad will not do anything but the phone will turn on and off that's it what could be the result? And also someone was telling to check and see if the battery had gotten wet, or if it had overheated how would I know?????????? Thanks porshefree

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Hi,

just remove the back panel and take out ur battery and see..if there are any patches around it or the area in d phone where to insert d battery, then it would have gone wet because of charge leak...if so take it to the near by service center...

good luck

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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