Question about LG VX6100 Cellular Phone
I was able to get mine to work for about ten to thirty mins with a new battery and using a toothpick to spread the charger port parts. The flat one with two notchs away from the black with the gold contacts. GENTLY press toothpick (nonconductive) against the two notchs part and GENTLY wiggle it away from the other. It took 5 snatch sessions to get all my stuff off. I used the battery that came with my LGvx8100 as they are the same. DO NOT CHARGE THE NEW BATTERY IN THE 6100. Long term....have not a clue. We have some repair places but I already had the 8100.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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