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My palm pilot will not turn on

I charged it for 10 hours and pressed reset and it won't work!..

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Has it ever worked? If new, return immediately. If it did work before then either the battery or the charger are the likely causes for this problem. If you know someone with a similar model then you can swap these to test.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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