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Have two Motorola V710s. One seems to kill its battery once a year. Voltage on its battery's terminals is different than the other's. Both are 3.6v and charge to 4.13. One has 0v between left contact and second one. Other has 1.25. Which is right? Is phone bad? Battery bad? Charging habits wrong?

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