Mobile Phone Battery Faults.
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Battery or Charging Faults are usually the most visable mobile phone faults to diagnose, and mostly the easiest to rectify.
Mobile phone battery or charging faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
- The battery will not charge.
- The back plate will not go back on because battery is swollen.
- The battery only stays charged for a short while.
Should your mobile phone display any of the above symptoms it is most likely that the battery has reached the end of its life or the mains or car charger are no longer working.
Does a light flasih or appear when the charger is inserted?
If the answer is NO it is likely you may simply need a new charger.
If you remove the battery does it seem to be bloated?
If the answer is YES you will need a new battery.
Also this would normally indicate that you are over-charging it. Most people do this by leaving it on charge overnight.
Does the phone switch off for no reason?
If the answer is YES you will may need a new battery.
Before getting a new one have a look at the contacts on the battery as well as in the phone and ensure that they are clean and undamaged.
If the battery is the type that acts as the back to the phone as well, make sure that the battery fits snug as if it is loose it will cause distruption
If after reading the above you are sure that your mobile phones battery is faulty, it may need to be replaced.
On most mobile phones this is an easy and inexpensive repair, however there are exceptions.
Always ensure that any repair to your phone is done professionally and it comes with a guarantee.