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Motorola Q9 After my phone went flat I can't turn it on. The screen is blank. It is on the charger but I can't tell if it is charging or not. Any suggestions?

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  • s_singh Jun 01, 2008

    Have the same problem, phone worked great, battery died on my and I plugged it for an hour< when I tried to turn it on it goes black on doesn't do anything.

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It's sound to me like you guys might have dead cell... change the battery and it should be fine.
Battery Maintainance
1: Try and charge battery when it's totally off/flat
2: Only charge battery till battery full indication comes up.
3: When disconnecting battery switch phone off first.
4: When phone is not in use don't leave it in the sun facing the battery.

.....Hope this helps.
Don Cass

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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