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Old 03-16-2005, 08:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My 7250 seems to run the battery down a couple bars overnight with it totally turned off and nothing plugged into it. If I leave it off over the weekend, it will be totally dead Monday.

Am I missing something or is there a problem?

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Are you shutting off the wireless before you power it off?
I'm not sure if it makes any difference, but I can shut off my 7100g without shutting off the wireless.
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Good thought..I know the auto shut off feature doesn't really power down the 7250, but turns off the headset, and other features. I'm not using the auto shut off in this case.
I have tried using both holding the power button until I get the power off message, and using the power off icon on the home screen, which I was under the impression did a total power off, wirelss and all, but still the battery drains.
I did notice that if I plug in the sync cable, with the laptop turned on, even with the 7250 powered off, it will come on by itself..not sure why.

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