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I cant turn on my iphone, dark screen and stuck on the itunes sig

I cant turn on my iphone, it doesn´t seem to be charging Iby no means I don´t get the charge "sign"..The screen is dark and it only shows the shadow of the Itunes transmission sign always.... what a pitty .....
Its an A1203 8G,... I only used it for 2 days--..
i would really apreciated if anyone could help me

thanks a lot

p.s. i already tried several chargers

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  • michellara Mar 03, 2009

    it is still not working after 2 weeks so Im gonna let it dry more



    thanks for the solution though

  • michellara Mar 05, 2009

    thanks a lot anyway

  • michellara Mar 05, 2009

    marthazcasto I have tried that several times but no answer...

    thank you very much for your comment

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Try to hold the home and power button and try 2 reboot it then wen u see the apple come on let both of them go

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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Hey i had the same problem just hold the lock button and the middle circle one at the same time i guess to reboot it

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