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Charging Will no longer charge. It's not the charger because more than one charger has been tried. The battery is virtually new

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  • mcewen Jul 18, 2008

    That was my guess about the contacts, since the phone is practically new (cople of weeks) I have had lots of problems w/ the Razr and am on my fifth one in eight months.

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Sounds like the battery but also could be the pins were the charger plugs onto your phone could be damage or bent

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