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Current version by: Arielle Sampson ,

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-Batteries have built in circuitry. Sometimes this is smart circuitry so that it will “talk” with the device and tell it that it’s present. Some devices (iPhone for example) won’t boot without a battery for this reason+because when it boots it requires battery power,then it will accept power from the charger to power it,once booted.
+If your JBL Charge 3 speaker is not playing sounds, lighting up, or turning on at all, see the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/JBL_Charge_3_Won%E2%80%99t_Turn_On|JBL Charge 3 Won’t Turn On problem page] for possible problems and solutions.
-If the only problem is that the battery went bad,this is probably why.
+Batteries have built-in circuitry. Sometimes this is smart circuitry so that it will “talk” with the device and tell it that it’s present. Some devices (iPhone for example) won’t boot without a battery for this reason+because when it boots it requires battery power, then it will accept power from the charger to power it, once booted.
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+If the only problem is that the battery went bad, this is probably why.

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Original post by: Skye Anderson ,

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Batteries have built in circuitry. Sometimes this is smart circuitry so that it will “talk” with the device and tell it that it’s present. Some devices (iPhone for example) won’t boot without a battery for this reason+because when it boots it requires battery power,then it will accept power from the charger to power it,once booted.

If the only problem is that the battery went bad,this is probably why.

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