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If it's not a recognized charger it'll stop charging the battery and try to run on the charger alone. If the peak draw of the laptop is higher than the charger output, it'll go right back off.
Try removing the battery and see if it'll boot on the charger alone.
Have you tried to remove the battery and put it back in and try to turn it on. Try removing the battery and putting the charger in and starting the PSP. If it starts, it might be the battery. If it doesn't, it's either the plugin for the charger or the PSP is just dead. If it does start with the charger, try putting the battery back in, if it charges awesome. If it doesn't the battery might be dead.
if the phone still wont turn on and it is plugged in, the phone itself might have died. it is not uncommon for a phone to burn itself out after extensive use. i would suggest going to a verizon store and show them the phone.
1. Turn on the phone while it's plugged into the charger
2. Remove your Phone's SIM card and then replace it. Turn it on again.
3. Remove your phone's battery and then put it back in. Plug the phone into the charger and attempt to boot.
If none of these things work, it's likely that the battery is dead, or the phone has sustained some kind of water damage. You can try contacting LG or your service provider about getting int replaced.
I had the same problem with my Jamin so sent if off to the technician who informed me the Jarmin's internal circuitry prevents the phone being charged when the battery is under a certain voltage so when you use a plug in charger because the battery has very low power it does not trip a circuit in the Jamin to start the charging process. The only solution to to take the battery out of the unit and charge it with a stand-a-lone charger. Hope this makes sense.