Question about LG Cell Phones
First I would try going to the sprint store and try a different battery. If it works fine with that, buy it. If you get the same error with a new battery, try a different charger. If you still get the same error with a new battery and charger, disassemble the back of the phone with a small phillips screwdriver and remove the main board. Once the board is out, clean it with rubbing alcohol (preferrably 91% rubbing alcohol) and a toothbrush, especially around the charging port and the battery terminals. If it has gotten wet, you should see the corrosion when you open it up.
Be very careful unplugging the flex connections. A small tear or bent pin could cause costly damage to the phone.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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