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Razr wont charge

I have a razr and it wont charge. Im ona a sailboat and i mustve dropped but when i utt it in the charger, it turns on but the afet that it turn off suddenly. Help!!!!!!

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It's really sad that u r on a boat because i suggest u may need to get a desk top charger for your phone. Most times these unable to charge problems comes mostly from water damage or your phone been plugged in to the wrong voltage. Sam !

Posted on Jul 13, 2007

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