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Anonymous1 year ago
No , not at all . If your cord isn't broken or the power bank isn't shorted then nothing would damaged. When we plug in the cable it would firstly effect the battery then to the phone.
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Rubab Fatima1 year ago
There are 100s of tutorials on youtube regarding solutions to your device problems. you can search your issue there.. ;-)
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Khansa Maqbool1 year ago
Because Apple always try hard to keep a step above than all other brands . It would be a long discussion if discussed in detail.
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Anum Munir1 year ago
yes it does! Falling leaves as well as snow and ice can get into the condensing unit and cause damage. Use a cover made of breathable material,Put plywood over the top of the unit only to shield from snow and ice, weighing it down with bricks or rocks to keep in place,Install a wood awning or shelter attached to the building that covers the top of the unit, Plant shrubs around the unit to protect from wind and blowing snow.
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Anonymous1 year ago
Make sure you "work" the juice in your laptop batteries by unplugging your laptop from a power source until it's at low battery. Keeping your laptop plugged in all of the time is not good for your long-term battery life. Also, be sure to eliminate the common drains on your laptop battery life by minimizing screen brightness, closing unnecessary programs and turning off Wi-Fi when not in use.
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Adil Butt1 year ago
Gree G10 Inverter 1.5 Ton (18000 BTU) GS-18CITH2/2G Split Air Conditioner about 70,500 Rs.
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