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Mobile Phone Charging Faults:

Mobile Phone Charging Faults.

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Battery Faults:

Mobile phone charging faults are usually easy to diagnose and quite easy to rectify most of the time. Mobile phone charging faults can be identified by the following symptoms:

  • You are unable to charge the phone.
  • The phone charges for a short period of time only.
  • The charger will not fit correctly into the charging block.
  • The phone shows a full charge but the charge lasts only a short time.

Should your mobile phone display any of the above symptoms, the first thing to do would be to ascertain that the problem is indeed with your mobile phone and not with the battery or charger itself:

Have you tried a different battery or charger?

The most common cause of charging faults is a faulty battery or charger. If you have a friend or relative who has the same mobile phone and could loan you a battery or charger, this would help you to discover if the problem is indeed with your mobile phone.

Is the charging port clean?

In a vast amount of cases the problem is dirt and grime on the charging points of the phone. Using a soft toothbrush or similar implement to clean the charging points on the phone will usually rectify the problem, however be careful as the charging points are very fragile and easily damaged.

Are you inserting the charger correctly?

This may seem like a silly question, however it is common for people to insert the charger incorrectly. The main culprit is not inserting the charger far enough into the block, however do not force the charger into the charging block as you may damage either the charger or the phone.

If after reading the above you are sure that your mobile phones charger 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.