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CHARGER HEATING HEATING

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CHARGER HEATING HEATING

Does your Z1 Charger (EP880) heats up while charging, My charger is getting too much heated while charging my Z1. What could be the possible reasons  . . .??

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Re: CHARGER HEATING HEATING

It's absolutely normal, especially if you charge the phone from low battery level.

Start worrying once the charger stop getting hot at all Winking Face

No, really - it's completely natural. It is hi-efficiency one, 1500mA current supply at 5 Volts, it has to get hot. Until it is not getting very untouchable-hot and smelling/melting, there is nothing to worry about, it can get hot up to 70 C temperature and it is normal.

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Re: CHARGER HEATING HEATING

It's absolutely normal, especially if you charge the phone from low battery level.

Start worrying once the charger stop getting hot at all Winking Face

No, really - it's completely natural. It is hi-efficiency one, 1500mA current supply at 5 Volts, it has to get hot. Until it is not getting very untouchable-hot and smelling/melting, there is nothing to worry about, it can get hot up to 70 C temperature and it is normal.

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When everything have failed already, try to read the manual.
Kudos mean I am helpful. Am I for you? Then support me back Slightly smiling Face


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