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If you have only tried the one charger or outlet, try different ones. Try different chargers, or different pieces if you have a wall piece and a USB combo. It may be a cord problem, or it could be the par the charger plugs into is bad, or something else has come loose inside.
Last resort: Try looking up how to open up your device and familiarize yourself with the connections inside if you're comfortable with that.
The problem could be one of 3 things:
1) The actual charger is defective. Have you tried a car charger, a USB cord, or another charger?
2) The battery is defective. Does the problem still occur with a different battery in the phone?
3) The charging circuit in the phone is damaged, causing the phone to discharge. This happened to an old samsung phone I had for over 2 years. Unfortunately, if the above 2 solutions do not work, this may be the problem, and there is nothing you can do for it. You may as well get a new phone.
Try an Antec charger with an adjustable votage output. I tried a new battery, charger, BIOS udate, etc, etc, etc. After fighting it for about 2 months, I found the Antec at Best Buy. Took it home, plugged it in, slid the adjuster up till the "charge" light came on. Been working fine for about 6 months.