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Almost certainly liquid damage to the lower part of the phone!
Depending on your skills, removing the back cover (the bottom lifts after removing the four screws and then you need to twist and tug the top to get the back off) and clean the bottom 1/4 of the phone using a toothbrush soaked in isopropyl alcohol. Then dry completely with hot air, a hair dryer will suffice.
10 out 10 non-charging KG-220 seem here in the last six months were all fixed using this method!
The classic indication is when plugging the charger into the switch on phone, the handset turns off.