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King, many times this happen, don't worry, put your device on charge 2 to 5hours it will solved, if problem persist, change battery, because this sounds me a only battery problem. there is one another way (if you are not sure don't try this) we call that direct charging first take one charger who has light on head and then cut the charging connector of charger and then you will see two colours of wires separate the black and red wires (red wire is positive line and black is negative line) and then connect to current supply but make sure there wire are separated otherwise it will have a short circuit and then take battery and search + and - connector and then red wire connect on battery positive connector and black on negative connector if you connect properly you will see the charging light are getting dim. that mean it is charging, do direct charge for 10 min and then switch on your device with battery and put in charge normally. this will solve your problem. if my sugetion was helpful please rate it.
Take the battery out and start the blackberry desktop manager. The blackberry can be restored in this condition. Just search for restoring bb to factory settings on the web. Here is an Blackberry Repair Guide that shows how to open a Blackberry. If you want somebody else to do it for you go to Blackberry Repair.
Take the phone off charge and take off the battery on the phone, you can now put the battery back into the phone. Press and hold the red power button on your phone. If the problem persist then go ahead and download the blackberry desktop manager unto your computer. Connect your blackberry to the computer and initiate the blackberry desktop manager. Once it shows connected as status between the phone and your BDM (blackberry Desktop Manager). Reinstall the software on your blackberry. Make sure the computer is connected to the internet.