Tablet battery in decline?

  SparkyJack 12:19 31 Mar 2014

The tablet. Seems to be discharging more rapidly.

Is it in decline,and if so how to replace?

  tullie 12:23 31 Mar 2014

Give us a clue,which tablet?

  spuds 13:50 31 Mar 2014

I purchased one of those 'cheapo' tablets via eBay some time ago, and since the day of purchase, battery power as been extremely poor, no matter how many charge cycles I have attempted.

Looking for replacement batteries, seems to be a very difficult task. Perhaps the tablets are mean't to be binned, because that what seems to happen, especially with the cheap ones when they are returned under warranty?.

  wiz-king 14:09 31 Mar 2014

You may find the dreaded label "No user replacable parts inside." if so beware of trying during the warranty period.

  SparkyJack 19:27 31 Mar 2014

It is a Fusion, from Amazon so. Yes a cheaply No user parts -though not mentioned it is likely to be the case.

Another tablet I had two years ago after much going and growing the vendor issued a refund rather than a replacement. When queried the response was 'All of that model is coming back'

There was a news item recently about 'Mend it clubs' are poppeing up' where the owners of 'dead' small electrical are show how to fix them We saw tablet being 'rescreened'


  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:47 31 Mar 2014
  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:48 31 Mar 2014

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