Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
Try cleaning the contacts with a soft pencil eraser and try doing it with the phone off, if your adventurous and this does not work, find a 4 volt DC power supply, attach the + lead to the + lead of the battery and the - lead to the - lead on the battery while it is removed from the phone for about two minutes maybe three at the most, this will help get the charge started when you put it back into the phone and plug it it. Be absolutely certain that the + is connected to the + and the - to the - and not to the test lead, there are three leads and you only what to use two of them and not while inserted in the phone, also extremely important to make sure the voltage is not greater that five volts and that it is in fact DC not AC current you are using, also if there is any chance that your phone got wet, dry it out with gently moving warm dry air over a several hours, be sure that the phone does not get too hot, if it hurts to touch it, it's too hot. Best wishes!
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
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