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Default [Q] LED indicator always on

First I want to apologise for my bad english. Now, the problem is that the LED indicator on my galaxy is always ON. There is a dim red constant light. The phone isn't charging or having low battery. Even when the phone is switched off the light is still there. It shuts down only when the battery is unplugged. All other notification lights are working well even when plugged in charging the red light is brighter. I'm using Stock 4.3 Jelly Bean and I'll attach a picture if you didn't understand what I was explaining. Thanks !
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That's the proximity sensor not LED... It must be in active mode constantly due to some app you have installed.. So just look fit any app that might have permissions for your sensor....

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No it's not the proximity sensor. I made the picture with a mirror because I didn't have another phone or a camera in hand. The problem is with the led light which is on the left side of the earpiece.
 
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No it's not the proximity sensor. I made the picture with a mirror because I didn't have another phone or a camera in hand. The problem is with the led light which is on the left side of the earpiece.
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