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I can tell you if your battery is an aftermarket one they tend to stop working after a short tim. Either they stop working in the charger or they wont make the correct connection in order to power up. the may be the problem even if its an HTC battery. I have two batteries right now that are fully charged but wont turn on the phone. this is not uncommon for this to happen with lithiem batteries.
It sounds like you need to replace your battery. But first, if you're using a home charger, try charging the phone with a car charger (or vice versa). If the problem is not with your charger, then replace your battery.
When you get your new battery: 1) Make sure you are using the proper charger for your phone (not one of the cheep $5 kind), and 2) charge your battery for at least 12 hours before you use it for the first time.
my old one did that, i researched it and talked to my friends who had had them too and apparently its a pretty common problem if you take it to thestore they'll tell you its either water damage or your port is rusty i finally gave up when my second chocolate did the same thing so i got a universal charger. you take out the abttery and put it in the thing that goes into an outlet. it works and your phone will hold charge longer but you do have to turn it off and put it in. hope i helped =)
The problem could be one of two things - the phone, or your charger.
Most likely the problem is with the phone, since it's pretty rare for a charger to cause problems this severe. I would recommend taking it into your carrier's local store and trying to get it replaced.
You simply need a new battery. Razr batteries are notorious for loosing life and the entire problem is the chargers you are using. You MUST have one with an IC chip that tells it when to stop charging otherwise watch how long you are charging it. Also when you have a new battery let it fully charge and fully die twice before you start normal charging this helps a lot.