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    Question Hot battery?

    I've noticed a few times that while charging the battery on my SE47, it becomes rather warm. I've also noticed that when I've been using my phone for an extended period of time it gets very warm, as well. Is this normal?
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    it happens to me when im talking, but then again it does it for many phones also

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    Mine gets hot whenever I use free wap for an extended period of time.

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    Originally posted by ClubCaliGuy87
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    Mine gets hot whenever I use free wap for an extended period of time.
    my battery and keypad get warm when when i do the same thing....but its pretty much normal for any battery to get warm while it's being charged

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    Originally posted by Darklily72
    I've noticed a few times that while charging the battery on my SE47, it becomes rather warm. I've also noticed that when I've been using my phone for an extended period of time it gets very warm, as well. Is this normal?
    Nearly all batteries get warm during use/charging. I use rechargable batteries for my cameras, and both when i'm taking out used batteries and taking fresh ones from the charger. If you get a d cell battery and connect at wire to both the positive and negative together it'll get really hot.

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    Yeah but this phone is notorious for it's heat. I leave mine near the window when in charge.
    Hi.

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    I've also noticed that the keypad gets very warm when I've been using it for a long time. Glad to see it's not something that I'm doing wrong.

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    Oh my goodness, it caught on fire?? Wow, thanks for posting that..makes me kind of leary about leaving my phone plugged in for too long. Sometimes I plug it in and leave it overnight, too.

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    Mine gets a little warm when I use or charge it.

    On the other hand, Nokia batteries are known for exploding on occassion. They tried blaming it on third-party batteries, but then there's did once or twice.

    Just press the child's head to the steering column and turn the key, it's that simple.

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