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Old 09-10-2008, 05:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Help...I think I fried my 7100T

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Hi all,
I am a total BB novice, but can use the basic functions. Well, today I plugged my 7100T into my sons BB charger and my BB lost power and won't turn back on. I took the battery out and put it back in..nothing. After a couple of minutes I picked it up and my phone was hot, so I took the battery out. I can't figure out what happened. Can someone please help me?
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Sounds like maybe the battery went bad. It might just be time to upgrade.
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Sounds like maybe the battery went bad. It might just be time to upgrade.
It was working just fine and immediatly when I plugged it in...DEAD!
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Sounds like you either fried the charger unit in the device and/or the battery, was his voltage the same as yours?
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Sounds like you either fried the charger unit in the device and/or the battery, was his voltage the same as yours?

I had used this charger before with no problem. IDK, I guess I will try to check the battery.
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