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Phone "Sparking and Popping"

My phone was put on charge at about 10pm last night, at 12.30 I was woken by what I can only describe as a "popping sound" and the phone appeared to be sparking. (a white flash of light was coming from the phone) I disconnected the charger from the socket and the popping and sparking continued until I took out the battery. The phone appears to be working ok now but I am worried about charging the phone again. Any ideas what this could have been or asnyone had a similar issue?

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  • ssparrow Aug 21, 2008

    I have just had exactly the same thing happen when I tried to connect my LG viewty via USB to my laptop. The sparking and loud popping didn't stop until I took the battery out, I put it back in and it was fine so I had another go connecting it to my laptop but exactly the same thing happened again. I have now come online to see if anyone else has any idea what is happening. I am going to call o2 tomorrow and get them to seed me a new one cos I am now scared of my phone. Good luck, hope you work it out.

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That happened to my phone,
i had to have the curcit board replaced, it took only two weeks with 3

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Nope, but check with Lg

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

  • ggdarling66 Jul 16, 2011

    my lg is popping and sparking but not plugged up

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