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Phone wont turn on

Motorola V3 RAZR when you press the on button the screen goes white then nothing happens,its been working fine up until now and i know its not the battery so whats happened,any help appreciated.

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Re: phone wont turn on

Take it to a qualified tech to repair it, that is the best can say it is not the battery but you can never tell. good luck.

Posted on Jun 19, 2007

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