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MPX 220 Cell phone

I have an MPX 220 cell phone.  I have purchased two replacement batteries.  Both batteries held the initial charge, but would not charge a second time.  Once the initial charge disipates, the phone is non-operational with or without ac adapter.  Any suggestions?

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Second Option:
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