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Make sure the battery is fully charged, if you cannot check that, plug phone into charger and let it charge for several hours. If you still cannot turn on the phone, buy a new battery first as they are the least expensive to replace.
Sounds like the connection between the phone and the battery may have gotten corroded or dirty. Another possibility: Something is the matter with your charger. Go to a Nokia outlet and see if they can charge your battery. If they cant, they need to fix your phone.
you need to try and get into the boot loader to see if you can flex/flash it from there. a new flex should solve the problem, unless there is physical or water damage to it.
It could also be a defective battery. Are you positive the battery works?
Did you do any kind of upgrade on the phone? played with it's firmware?
On flashing - http://wiki.howardforums.com/motorola/index.php/How_to_flash_with_RSD_lite
Flexing is done the same way