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My phone battery died, and I plugged it into the charger over night, and when I woke up in the morning it didn't charge it any. I tried a different outlet, and it still didn't charge.

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Actually the batteries should not be over charged..

once the charge is full you should stop charging it more..
it you leave it over-night the battery will lose its back-up

you should try a new battery..

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