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You should not turn on your phone while is wet because you don't know the inside components got wet too. Now your phone got short circuit inside. First thing you have to do if you encounter the situation again is to clean your phone from inside and outside and make sure it is well dry. Now what we can do to your phone is to have it check personally with a cell phone technician and hoping it will be revived.
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Sounds like a huge tech. problem, I would contact your purchaser instantly, have you tried taking out your sim card and seeing if it still does this? Another this, If your phone got wet, It could be doing this, It has done this to me before, and If it did get wet I hope you have water insured! Ways to get water out are putting your phone in the freezer for a day - That is, if it got wet.
We took out the battery and tried to charge the phone with only the SIM card and it started up for some reason. This helped for a few days and then went out again. If you have your emei number on your phone on back of battery, it might be under warranty and you can get it fixed through motorola.
Thanks for the chat this morning, in case you did not come right at the other two sites i've provided in the chat to you, here is another one you can try, i've found it on a forum about motorola slvr L7
On the top, drivertool.zip
Hope this one works for you