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My razr2 phone died and won't charge.

Whether I attempt to charge it using the wall charge or the usb charger, my phone will not charge. It continues to make that buzzing noise when you press the side buttons, but i'm not sure that it's not just a physical reaction. I have dropped it before, but I do not believe it has ever sustained any water damage (at least not recently, and I've only had it since mid august). the sticker by the battery has red x's on it but I believe those were red to begin with. please please please correct me if i'm wrong!
any suggestions, or at least diagnoses?
*sadface*
any help you could offer would be absolutely amazing!!
-Melanie

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  • mrs_mel12 Oct 07, 2009

    just to clarify, when i plug it in, there is absolutely no acknowledgement that there's any power. no "M" on the screen, no lights, no sounds.
    -mel


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Replace the battery..

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