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My motorola V3 heats up like crazy

My v3 heats up like flat iron when the battery was placed i think the battery terminal is grounded. Is it repairable? where can i find parts?

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As ive said its very very hot. i tested the terminals, its shorted

Posted on Jul 09, 2007


Thats normal for the phone to do that. Don`t expect it to remain cool when its charged. It is going to get a little hot.

Posted on Jul 09, 2007


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