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HEY, Just got DWX207 and it's not working. It's been charging for 48 hrs. and when you pick it up off base it is dead. I did push in the button on base firts. On base it flashes Welcome Please Wait

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When you got it do you take the back off to make sure the battery is plugged into the phone? if yes! the phone clearly has a manufacture defect and should be returned.

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