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The first thing I would check is your charger. Sometimes the USB charging head stops working, or the cable between the charging head develops an open circuit and power is not delivered to your phone. I would first try another charger (such as your car charger), or perhaps someone else in the house has a charger, and see if that gets your phone to charge up. If you don't have another charger, try plugging your cable between your computer USB port and your phone to bypass the charging head, and see if that gets your phone to charge.
If not, take it to the local Verizon store and see what they can find out or what your replacement options are. A week ago, Verizon was having open enrollment into their Verizon Protection and Support plan. For $10 a month, I was able to get my Droid Razr Maxx replaced which had an issue with the earphone jack. Since I am grandfathered into an unlimited Data plan, this was the cheapest way to deal with the defect.
Please make sure that the charger was properly plugged in the electric socket and that it was also properly attached to the mobile.Take out the battery for 10 seconds and then insert it again. Charge the mobile again.
It is probably the charging port. It seems to be a common issue with this model of phone.
If it is the charger port on th eD900, You have 3 options.
1. get it repaired, under warranty if possible 2. Get a new one 3.Get
an external battery charger and charge battery separate from
phone.Another battery and charger will set you back about 10 dollars on
Sounds like either a bad capacitor or resistor on the pcb board on the inside of the phone. Best I can come up with without actually taking it apart and testing it. Solution is probably just to take it back for replacement or purchase another one. :( ...sorry I can't be of more help