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1. Check the state of your battery, if it has been running out much more quickly (i.e going dead after 1 day), then you might have to change your battery.
2.Try leaving your phone connected to the charger for more than 1 hour, if it does not turn on after that then it must be either: the phone's hardware, charger's problem or the battery.
3. As your phone uses a miniusb connection for charging, maybe try and connect it to your computer to see if the phone comes on, if it does then it must be the ac charger's problem.
4. Borrow the battery of a friend's V3 and if it works then it must be the battery; if it does not work still then the phone's hardware is faulty and you should take it to a repair shop (keeping in mind whether the fee is appropriate for the value of your phone).
Just a suggestion, but if you leave your bluetooth runnung it wears out the battery faster, so you could try turning the bluetooth off when you dont need it to see if that makes a difference. It does on most phones.
Severe cold? I have the same problem and that is the only possibilty for failure outside of component. I took the whole phone apart, but did not remove any rf shielding, checked the internal battery, no problems found. Reassembled, and same problem. My
Try the phone while plugged in and see what happens. If it works fine then it's probably the battery or the contacts to the battery. I've had a problem with my razr that's similar to this. My razr is on the keys light up when i press something but the screen is completely blank open and closed and all the buttons work. Best thing to try is leave out with battery and sim card out and it might start working again. However if it is only 2 months old it should still be covered under warranty.
I had exactly the same problem. After unsucessfully looking for a solution on the net I removed the simm chip and set it aside. The next day, I put it on PC usb charge and left it overnight. The next day, I powered it up and it worked. I turned it off and replaced the simm and it is now working fine. Go figure...
Advise. If this is your 3rd RAZR V3, you must encourage Cingular (Now is the new AT&T) to replace your whole unit with another model. A friend of mine exchange his phone 4 times, until Cingular replace it. Motorola had too many problems with RAZR phones and that's why they launch quickly the SLVR L7.
They still producing the RAZR, because users love the style and shape of the phone, but reality is that Motorola had several heavy issues with RAZR (Bluetooth, batt, microphone, etc.)
If you're paying for an insurance on your unit, encourage them to replace it.
man... it's a software and hardware problem... go to your nearest cervice center and they will fix it up.... 1st your problem is they have to check your firmware . but what i'm sure of is,, your going to change the flex, it's the ribbon part of your fone connected to the main board to lcd......tnx man...