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Re: red light flashing on charger
A red light indicates the charger is charging the battery, an amber light means it has switched from fast rate charging to trickle to keep the battery topped off, and green would mean the battery is completely charged. But don't be fooled waiting for green, many times the charger will only be on green for a moment before changing to amber and keeping the battery topped off.
Flashing can be a sign of a problem on some chargers.
A rapid flashing red can on some chargers indicate a bad or shorted battery, or a bad battery contact in the charger itself. If in question, try a different battery on the charger or compare with another charger to determine if the blinking is normal.
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"The charge indicator light (LED), located on the charg- ing stand, will light up red and glow when the char- ger is properly connected to power supply. This light indicates the charger is operating properly. It will remain on until battery pack is removed from charging stand or charger is disconnected from power supply.
After normal usage, 3 hours or less of charging time is required to fully recharge battery pack.
If both red and orange LED indicators glow, the battery pack is deeply or completely discharged, and 6 hours or longer of charging time is required to fully recharge battery pack.
Note: If charger does not charge battery pack or orange LED continues to glow after more than 30 minutes of charging, return battery pack and charging assembly to your nearest Ryobi Authorized Service Center for electrical check."
So to summarize: red = charging. orange (yellow) = fully discharged battery. orange after 30 minutes - bad battery or bad charger.
i think you mean the led above the screen. it is a led that means a lot of things
orange - recharging
green - full battery
red - low battery
there are more things like notifications for text messages (all apps can make ir blink for their own reason)
hope this helps
Hi, Please don't worry this is caused because of various reasons.The lights explains what could be the problem
Orange and Yellow lights mean no defects in the mobile.Orange is phone battery is very low.Yellow is for boot up..
Red light means-You have power management problem. You have to understand why it is being caused..
1)Due to dead battery.The phone will charge but you phone battery will not get charged it acts like it is getting charged.Behind the scene it cant store the charge. 2)Due to charger is not working properly no charge in the battery.
So you have replace this accordingly..
Please try this some time phone booting may be stopped, This is not a solution when the battery is dead or fully down....
Sometimes The boot cycle of the phone is stopped.You have to start it.Remove the battery and place it again and press the red 'end' button continuously until the red light flashing stays on.Press green button' call' button and hold the red button...Now press these two buttons alternatively until you see hour glass symbol.Now when you see hour glass wait and see the phone booting....
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um.... im jut asking dose it flash green, orange or red? if it flashes green it is fine if it flashes orange its giving you a warning then if it flashes red that is when you charge it oui? but if it flashes red and you still cant charge it well i ont know what to tell you? oui, no, maybe? wll if i didn help sorry but i tried. sorry or your welcome which ever best fis your dicription. †