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Old 07-15-2005, 06:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Last night, when I turned my 7250 off, it showed a battery level of 85%. This morning, when I turned it on, the battery was at 60%. All programs were closed and there were no timers set to turn the unit on automatically. Any ideas on what might cause this? I did a search but could not find this problem discussed. Could there be gremlins using my bb at night while I'm asleep?
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The first thing you should do is before you shut it off, do a battery reset to verify that the reading is correct. My 7290 occasionally shows an incorrect battery level (although it usually reads low, not high).
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These suckers still work, even when off. Otherwise, how would the auto on/off feature work? Obviously there must be some processing going on...

I think the only stuff to shut off are the radio and the screen.
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