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Topic # 14505 7-Jul-2007 00:11
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Hi i have a Telecom Harrier and it always it thinks it is charging and when the battery goes dead it forgets everything ive saved to it and i need so kind of help?

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  Reply # 77195 7-Jul-2007 00:21
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Usually this sort of quirk has something to do with the phone coming into contact with liquid, Sanyo phones do it all the time.

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Reply # 77196 7-Jul-2007 00:22
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Hi is there anyway to fix it? thanxs

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  Reply # 77198 7-Jul-2007 00:30
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If the phone is liquid damaged, then it is likely to be BER (Beyond Economical Repair).

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Reply # 77200 7-Jul-2007 00:34
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ok thanks would straight alchol work?

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  Reply # 77202 7-Jul-2007 00:44
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codyody: ok thanks would straight alchol work?


Perhaps, but I'll leave that question to someone more qualified to respond.

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Reply # 77203 7-Jul-2007 00:46
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thanks for the help

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