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Old 06-04-2009, 06:39 AM   #2
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Well the title says it - my Hanlin had been charged three days ago, it showed 74 % of battery on the last page turned before I went to sleep - and in the morning it was so empty it wasn't even responding. I was a bit worried until i put it on the charger and found out it was indeed the battery.

Has that happened to anyone before? I've had it for 5 weeks or so, and so far no troubles, no freezes (apart from OI live a few times, before I switched to installable version). I may have put the book at a wrong place (it was on my table without it's cover, and on top of some other things), but I certainly didn't expect this.
That does sound VERY strange!!! I leave OI running all the time on my BeBook Hanlin device. I am wondering if that was an indication that the battery is beginning to fail? The Nokia BL-5C battery, that the Hanlin uses, is easily available and fairly low cost, if that does turn out to be the problem.
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