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V3X My phone wont come on. Was working fine till I foolishly tried to remove sim card without turning phone off or even removing battery. When pressed to turn on it lights up for one second and nothing else. It wont take charge either but I no there is enough life in the battery. Can you help.Many thanks My email add is: mn2986@msn.com

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Hi Bilkow..

In attempting to remove the SIM card without removal of the battery you could have potentially broken an electrical link in the main circuitary or caused a fault within the battery compartment.

i would suggest checking out the Motorolla website to see if there are any FAQ's or solutions for you there. if the problem persists, i would contact your Mobile carrier for assisstance.

hope this helps

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