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Maybe your battery is dead and will not charge. Normally when you connect the charger the led must become orange after a few seconds and green when the battery is fully charged. If it stays red the battery is not charging.
First check your settings (In device options make sure auto is off). If that doesn't work you may want to replace the operating system with the most current. You need a PC or laptop and the most recent versions of Blackberry Desktop manager and your phones software.There are instructions at www.blackberry.com/support search for KB03901
When there is no signal around ur blackberry will shut off the radio instead of constantly searching for one which really kills battery power just make sure you arent in a real signal dead area and you should be fine to turn it back on just go to manage connections and click it back on,if this is not the problem then there might be some problem with ur phone.
I had this problem a few times, but only when I let the battery drop so low that the connection turned itself off to save what little life the battery had. Once that happens I just had to wait for the battery to charge back up so the connection could reestablish itself. If this is the case, just plug it in and give it time.
If it was spotty reception, I'd suggest the antenna may have been damaged when dropped. They do get damaged.
But systemic, timed 16 second bursts?
In Settings, when is your phone configured to 'go to sleep'? After how long a period of inactivity?
It may not be considering the radio signal is be sufficient activity to justify keeping it 'awake'.
When my phone is connected to the charger, it says fully charged. But as soon as I disconnect the charger, the battery shows empty. When I connect the phone to the charger, it starts charging but after 10 seconds it says fully charged.