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Wont boot at all

I have recently gone to setup SIP settings using the web interface. Upon selecting to restart the phone, the phone appeared to hang (5mins +). So I disconnected power and tried to reboot phone. Now, as soon as the phone is powered up, all the function lights randomly light up and the phone just sits there with a blank display. Any ideas on what it is doing or how to remedy? I have held the superkey when booting up - this does nothing

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