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High pitched noise coming from mobile phone charger

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Hi i got my new htc desire hd today and for some reason the charger is making a very high pitched noise, its fine if i plug it into the laptop so it seems its the plug it self should i call up e2… Read More
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
Hi i got my new htc desire hd today and for some reason the charger is making a very high pitched noise, its fine if i plug it into the laptop so it seems its the plug it self

should i call up e2save and ask them to send me a new charger out?
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
Just don't click HERE
banned#2
I get it too with my iPhone in car charger not that it helps you
Sorry
#3
complain or find your house burnt down by the faulty Chinese charger
#4
Hmm, tricky one this one! ;)
suspended#5
I'm listening to the same noise, I think it's just electrical interference? Hmmm
#6
Its the resistors that reduce the current i think, had to send a Panasonic phone back as it was doing the same was driving me nuts.

I would ask for another
#7
if it's humming , then note a lot of the new chargers deliver a high current to achieve a fast charge especially the HTC ones
most chargers are around 350 -550 amps and the hum could be a result of the high current demand / delivery ( (1000mah)
..I rely on a HTC USB charger myself and it's very fast ...1000mah ( 1amp delivery) and use it for every thing , my dogtag BT headset , samsung yepp , milestone

note though that ultimately fast charges reduce overall battery life although some have built-in technology to slow down charge delivery after say 80% charge achieved

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