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Detailed below are some of the most common mobile phone faults and the symptoms of these faults. Click on a fault for a more detailed explanation:

Battery / Charging Faults

Mobile phone battery or charging faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
The battery will not charge.
The back plate will not go back on because battery is swollen.
The battery only stays charged for a short while.

Microphone Faults

Mobile phone microphone faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
The caller cannot hear you.
Your voice is distorted to the caller.
The caller can hear you on some occasions but not all the time.

Speaker / Sound Faults

Mobile phone speaker faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
You cannot hear ringtones and/or music.
Ringtones and/or music is distorted or difficult to understand.
Ringtones and/or music is too quiet.

Earpiece / Hearing Faults

Mobile phone earpiece faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
You cannot hear the caller.
The callers voice is distorted or difficult to understand.
The callers voice is too quiet.

Charging Faults

Mobile phone charging faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
You are unable to charge the phone.
The phone charges for a short period of time only.
The charger will not fit correctly into the charging block.
The phone shows a full charge but the charge lasts only a short time.

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Faults

Mobile phone LCD faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
The LCD is showing no image/text at all.
The LCD is white.
The image/text on the LCD is upside down or inverted.
The image/text on the LCD appears intermittently.

KeyPad Faults

Mobile phone KeyPad faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
You are unable to type any numbers/letters.
You can type some numbers/letters, but not all.
Typing one number/letter results in a different number/letter being displayed.
Numbers/letters appear on-screen without the KeyPad being pressed.
Numbers/letters get stuck resulting in the number/letter being repeated several times on-screen.

Water Damage

Mobile phone water damage faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
If your mobile phone has been exposed to water, remove the battery and DO NOT switch it on as this could cause irreversable damage to the phone.
A water damaged phone does not have any specific symptoms because it could cause any of the effects listed on this page.

Software or Firmware Faults
Mobile phone software/firmware faults will usually occur with the following symptoms:
The phone switches itself off intermittently.
The phone halts/freezes.
Certain phone menus/features are no longer accessible.
The screen flickers on and off.

These are just some of the most common mobile phone faults. If your phone has developed a fault not described above you will need to seek specialist advice!