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you tried 2 take out battrys 4 20minutes didnt work reset your phone first take a backup from the phone in the file manager then reset it from the setting or format it or maybe the memory card is the problem try this then if happens again tell me
If the battery backup unit is over 2.5 years old then you will need to replace the battery. Go to your local electronics parts house or battery distributor. They will have the gel cell battery you need in stock. These units are just like small car batteries, after a few years of use they will break down and not hold a full charge. When this starts to happen the battery life is about to be over, it will hold less and less charge until one day no power at all and then the UPS will not power on. The UPS have a monitor circuit that will prevent them from powering up with a dead or missing battery. The replacement battery should run less than $20.
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How many times have you charged it? Or how long have you left it charging regularly? Depending on the phone, the average battery, lasts for about 360 charges, but the longer it's charged after being fully charged, shortens it's life, and if there is not enough power (charging to much or too long) then the phone can't be powered. Also try cleaning out the battery, it should be at the least blown out, or wiped for best performance, if that doesn't work, you will NEED to buy another one.
Your battery most likely isn't good any more. They're not designed to sit around for very long periods unused. The cheapest way to remedy this is probably to either get one from ebay with a broken screen and salvage the battery from it (the back cover just slides right off and you can pop the battery out) or right now buy.com has c240's for 12.99 w/free shipping (they're refurb units) and you can use the battery in either player and you'll also have a backup player.
The back up battery should be replaced immediately upon seeing the message "Backup Battery Very Low - Your back up battery is very low or missing. Data loss may result from failure to replace the battery very soon. Consult the manufacturer's instructions for directions on replacing or charging the backup battery."
Warning: It is important to note that the back up battery in the MobilePro 900 is not rechargeable, thus, to prevent data loss, it is important to change the back up battery immediately when this message is displayed.