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First, try a different battery. Does the red light come on if you charge it? If not, probably a broken USB port. You're gonna have to disassemble the phone and repair the USB port : Blackberry Repair Guide.
It usually happens if you dropped your phone, the casing cannot be broken by only pressing it. Even if you try to press the casing too hard, it won't break off, so it might have been dropped by you or someone else.
hey mj, the thing u r talking only mean one thing, your on-off switch is broken!! that's it.. go to technician and ask them to repair the on-off switch, if they tell you other thing is broken, don't believe them, all you have to change is the on-off switch (which cost only a little). If they asked you how you know that only your on-off switch get broken, answer them you got a cousin who's a technician, but he's going out overseas for the moment, so he asked you to fix it to nearest technician. I suppose, it won't cost you more than 10-20usd. gud luck ^^
No. Use a sharp pointed object to depress the metal under the missing or broken button. Remove button if necessary, or disassemble phone to get to printed circuit power button interface and press and hold it there.
Hello, it isn't that simple as a broken charger. Try the following thing. Connect battery to the PDA, check that the battery LID is connected FIRMLY to the body (there is a contact there that woun't allow the PDA to start if the lid isn't connected properly, you may want to check it too, look carefully for a small black thing and check that it can be pressed). Then connect the pda for half hour to the charger, even if no light or amber led is flashing. Then make a master reset as showed here and connect the PDA to a usb sync cable with your computer. Press simultaneous the soft reset and the power button, then press only the soft reset button. The PDA should start. If not, there is a problem with a DC converter component on the mainboard or the connector I was talking about before. Even if the charger is broken, your PDA should power on from USB cable. Good luck, feel free to ask further questions and always remember to rate replies received from this site :)