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Cant charge i cant charge my v3xx when my batteries is fully drained

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    I LEFT MY PHONE ON CHARGER ALL DAY IT SHOWS THAT PHONE IS CHARGING BUT PHONE WONT COME ON AND WHEN I DO GET IT ON IT GO RIGHT BACK ON OFF

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You need a new battery'
motorola battery cant charge when its fully drained.

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