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It could be the charger itself that has the issue. If you have another charger try that. If you have done this and it still won't hold a charge I would contact your service provider they will try to trouble shoot issue but more than likely will get you to send phone in through warranty if your still eligible. If not eligible for warranty and don't have insurance ask about upgrade options. Hope this helped.
when that white dot is red it means moisture of some sort got to the battery and mean the battery the damaged the light means the battery is charging abnormally so the best thing is ti get a new battery try ebay they are cheap hope this was helpful:)
Go back to AT&T, or find somebody else who has a Blackjack II and put thier battery in the phone to see if this 'jump starts' it. I have had the same problem now 3 times. There seems to be a consistent issue with Blackjacks just not charging after a while, then the battery runs down and you can't turn the phone on again. 1st time AT&T put a new battery in mine and it turned straight on! 3 weeks later it happend again and they gave me a new phone AND another new battery. 3 weeks later the same thing has happened again with thenew phone. Never seen this happen with any other phone model.