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I think you have to bring it to an LG Service Center or a "Certified" Service Center to look into your phone. I think your charger jack is broken or loose that is why its not charging.
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HI lilg97 you can clean the charging port out. If you have another micro charger you can use that one to see if the phone is taking the chaerge. It could be your charger . If it is your charger you will need to replace the charger. Also you can take it to the nearest verizon and they will check to see if you qualify for their lg replacement program.
The charger charges the battery independent of the phone. It is the only one I have found and it works GREAT. I had a couple issues at first but the rep, Matt, bent over backwards to resolve them. I would recommend this charger and company to anybody. The charger is a universal charger and will charge other cell phone batteries as well. The only con is that it does take a little longer to charge than using the port.
Have you tried a different plug? Sounds like the plug might be bad. If you have a car charger, and a house charger, I would try both. IF one charges, and the other one doesnt, you have your answer. If you have trouble with both, then either you have 2 bad plugs, or the socket on your phone might be bad. Either way, your local phone dealer can check them out in seconds, and some places won't even charge.
I recently bought a similar adapter for my trax and had the same problem. Taking the plastic cover off of the adapter, I found the following on the back of the 18 pin connecter: a jumper from pin1 to pin 11, a jumper from pin 9 to pin 10. audio l and r wires to pins 14 and 15, common audio wire to pin 18 and unconnected pin at pin17. By accident, I found that if the unconnected pin 17 bent over to touch the wire to pin 14, the headphones started working. So, solder a wire to connect pin 14 to 17 reinsert these pins into the correct slots and you have a working adapter.