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Doesn't seem to want to recharge itself,
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Used it a three times on Apple iPhone 4S, and accomplished its mission completely. Eventually the unit was depleted of power to about 50% where two, blue lights were lit (no blinking). Plugged the Anker into the wall at about 21:00, and left it in overnight. It's now 09:00 the next morning, and the charge is between 50-75%. Twelve hours and it appears Anker charger does not charge itself directly from the mains in the wall. At least not very quickly. This might take a week...
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Initial post: 2 Jun 2014, 23:32:25 BST
Ian H says:
I've got the same problem, do you know how to fix the problem?
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Jun 2014, 12:55:02 BST
Not being an electrician, I discovered that recharging doesn't work via a surge protector/multiple input device. It has to have its own dedicated line into the wall. Just avoid anything other than plugging in directly.
Posted on 13 Jun 2014, 16:14:38 BST
Danielle T. says:
This has also happened to mine.
Posted on 16 Jun 2014, 20:00:16 BST
Same issue for me, I have tried using an Apple adapter and a generic one. Both work directly to charge my phone, but the unit will not take a charge...?
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