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Phone won't turn on at all

My phone died. I plugged it into the charger and I turned it on. Seconds later it flashed a picture of a battery and shut off. It will not turn back on even though it's plugged into the charger. Is it the battery, the phone, or the charger? Please help!

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  • Kailyn0904 Mar 20, 2009

    2 Days ago i lost my Cell Phone, A Samsung SGH-A737 AT Church. It went dead while it was lost and this guy found it. My mom picked it up. So she brought it home and put it on charge and It will not charge as fast as usual. I am beginning to think It isn't going to charge. My sister has the same phone and her battery is full and i put her battery in and it still would not work it shut off and flashed the battery

  • Anonymous May 21, 2009

    it just wont turn on.

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Take the battery out then try again. If the battery isn't totally dead try turning the phone on and then plugging it in. It's happened to me before and sometimes it takes a few tries to get it to work but it should come on eventually.

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