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Re: doesnt hold charge
The battery is worn out. You need to return it to the manufacturer so they can install a new one. Even rechargeable batteries wear out eventually. If they are in constant use, discharge/recharge, you can reckon on 5 years. If they are left for long periods discharged, or not used, then the life reduces dramatically.
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One possible cause is that your battery is low or the battery can no longer hold a (good) charge. In this case, the TomTom is shutting down because there's not enough battery to keep it running, even though it is plugged into a power source.
To determine if the battery is the cause, try to charge the TomTom battery .... using a (USB) connection to your computer, or a direct power source (i.e. while the TomTom is not being used). Let it charge for a few hours until the batter charge indicator shows that it is fully charged (or just leave it charging overnight).
Then, unplug the TomTom from the "charger" and power it up. If the TomTom (battery) doesn't hold a (good) charge, the device will shut down within a few minutes, e.g. 10 mins or much less.
When you (then) plug the device into a power source, and it doesn't stay on (i.e. it keeps shutting down after 10 seconds), you can safely conclude that the battery is the cause of your problem.
Your battery could be old, therefore doesn't hold any long term charge. Every time you add the battery it probably doesn't charge 100 percent therefore it discharges within 5 minutes, shutting down your laptop.
You plugged in your psp for 5 hours.
You took it out.
You played it for 1 hour before it turned off...
If this is true, it seems that your battery just can't hold a charge. One solution would be to just buy a replacement battery, but you could try this...
Drain your psp completely. This means keeping it on until it turns off, then turn it on again, leave until off and so on. Just keep turning it on until it stays on for less than a minute.
Charge your battery overnight.
Hold the phone button down for about 4 seconds.. The light should blink 2 times and then stay on to add device to your phone once connected light will go out...Hold button down again light will blink 3 times and go off...........