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There are 5 buttons on the phone. A center button and two to the right and two to the left. Press and hold the hang up button, the bottom right button, for a few seconds until it comes on. If that does not work then the battery needs to be charged. When it is connect to the charger it will display a battery icon on the screen filling with green blocks to indicate it is charging. If you do not see this try holding down the start/hang up button as discribed above. If you still do not see the charging icon on the screen then remove the battery, make sure the connection on the battery and phone are clean and not bent. Then put the battery back in and connect to the charger. It gets reset when the battery is removed and should now work. If it still does not charge then you have a bad phone.
actually there is no batttery on the iphone to remove. The battery is hard wired to the phone board itself. However if you hold down the home key AND the power key down at the same time for about 15 seconds it resets your phone as if you removed and reinserted the battery.