by Briansigns Investigator
Investigator

I have a mobile mini WiFi but all the lights go out after 10 seconds..

Hi all I have just got a payg mobile mini WiFi and all the lights at the bottom go out after 10 seconds or so....but it says in the guide that the battery light should be on when powered up..have I got a duff one or is this normal?

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: I have a mobile mini WiFi but all the lights go out after 10 seconds..

Hi @Briansigns 

 

Is it fully charged?

 

It maybe normal for the lights to go off after a while to save power, especially if its in use.

 

Thanks,




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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: I have a mobile mini WiFi but all the lights go out after 10 seconds..

Yes, but the battery light should stay on all the time it is active.

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by Briansigns Investigator
Investigator

Re: I have a mobile mini WiFi but all the lights go out after 10 seconds..

Mine doesn't it goes off after 10 seconds ..there are no lights on so I
can't tell if it's on or off..
by
EE Community Support Team

Re: I have a mobile mini WiFi but all the lights go out after 10 seconds..

Hi there @Briansigns

 

Thanks for coming to the community.

 

If you give our Pay as you go Care team a call they will be able to get this looked into for you.

 

Let us know how you get on.

 

Leanne 🙂

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