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I got my phone a few weeks ago and it worked fine, I knocked it off my coffee table and not it won't turn on. If you hook the power cable up to it, the screen says ''charging'', and my music files show up on my computer when I hook it up, but it won't turn on.

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wwell idk if this will help but when i was in the swimming pool and my fone fell in lol it did the same so try to take out the battery and HOLD the power button

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