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Motorola Q power button

The red power button on my phone will turn the phone on, but when i am in calls i cant hang them up with the red power button or with any button for that matter. Also the red power button fails to turn the phone off as well.

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This is a difficult question to answer. First, make sure you did not accidentally drop any liquids on your keypad. Second, try removing the battery and replacing it. Thirds, try a Master Reset (Start, System Tools, Master Reset) BUT REMEMBER THAT A MASTER RESET WILL CAUSE YOU TO LOSE ALL PERSONAL DATA. After that I am afraid you may have to turn your phone in on an insurance claim. Good luck.

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