I had this problem with my ILO MP3 player - I ended up taking it apart and discovering that the power button wasn't making direct contact with the switch - made a small adjustment and it's been working ever since - hope this helps
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Try a new battery if you have one available. -If you don't, and have friend with same phone or similar, check to see if the batteries are the same -Try a different charger. (sometimes your charger head becomes loose and useless) -Wiggle Cable - see if creates light to come on or off. -If under year warrenty - call cell provider, usually will replace your phone under manufactor's one year warrenty - ex. easier to deal with getting a replacement from Verizon rather than straight thru Motorola
The possibilities to consider for this kind of problem are quite a number
the bateries you are using might be defective, so you can get a new set of bateries with the voltage and wattage or charge the old one appropriately..
the contact for the battery could be the problem if there is rust in it. this would need cleaning..
the power switch of the camera might also be faulty, this would require you to take the camera to a repairer.. if you got warranty on it you can consider using it or look for a good engineer around you to fix it..
Try to reconnect your wii-motes, by using the red button on the wii underneath that front flap where you would put the SD card. and then the other red button on the controller where you put the batteries in. and make sure the batteries are fresh