All what you need to do is to check your charging system if it is working properly. Second thing you can check your charger-socket and your charger head i mean the transformer.
Look for the charger under that small couch you have or check behind your toilet.
Check the back of the charger, if it says "100-240volts" than yes.
Go to autozone and get a free charging system check.
That really depends on how the charger is made. What would likely happen is that the charger would try to deliver more current than it is designed to. The result would be either a blown fuse or diodes in the charger unless it has protection circuits in it. One thing you could try would be a current limit in series with the charger output. A headlamp in series could work to limit the current to somewhere around 3-6 amps and prevent having an overcurrent situation on the charger. Dad calls the light bulb current limit a "rubber fuse" It will take longer to charge that way and you really need to check the battery voltage often making sure not to exceed about 6.75V Be aware that with this method there is no way for the charger to sense that the battery is fully charged. It will continue to try to push to around 14 volts which will never happen until you cause an open cell in the 6v battery. charger + to headlamp bulb, other side of bulb to battery+ B- to charger- That could get you out of a pinch but you really need a charger designed for 6v charging.
Shut the charger off when you plug the charger into the battery. The low charge on the battery will cause arcing when brought into contact with the charger. If the arcing continues with the charger shut off check the diode bridge in the charger, there may be a blown diode gone to ground. Make sure that the output of the charger is smooth DC at the proper voltage output. If there is a problem with the battery, the over load protection on the charger will trip due to excessive current draw by a faulty battery.
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The type of charger LG phones use depends on the type of LG phone you have. One can always check with their carrier to ensure they get the correct charger.
Borrow a freinds charger or something, then you will be able to tell if it is the chrager that ain't working
No they don't. If you use the wrong charger it is possible that they can be damaged but they won't blow up. Check that the charger is the right model for your phone and there wo't be a problem.
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Check the charger, if the charger says 100-240V you probably do not need one, also check the Hertz (Hz) information (also printed on the charger). This site has good information on the Voltage and Hertz for many countries. http://www.kropla.com/electric2.htm
First check the bulbs then check the fuses.
They have a fuse in them you may want to check that.
Yes, as long as a charger has the correct plug type and provides the correct voltage and current (check your cell phones user manual) it should work. Many companies are manufacturing reliable thrid party chargers these days. Still, you should check the ebay sellers feedback rating and return policy before ordering.
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Oh, that seems you need to get a new battery to check out.
yes it can
check your owners manual.
Check what, where, who?
The same thing happened to me you should take it into the apple store usually in this case something in the charger input area is broke or your charger is broke so take your charger and ipod to the apple store and have them check it
It depends on your charger. First, check to make sure everything is in the correct port, and plug it in. Probably a crossed wire if that doesnt work.
Amazon has what you need. Depending on what type of generation of iPod Nano you have, you will want to check whether the car charger is compatible with your iPod.