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Old 03-09-2010, 02:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so my bold hasnt been turned on in quite a while. and i charged it up and the red light would go on steady,and i tryed turning it on but it went to a white screen with a empty battery and lightning bolt. and the two screens alternate between these two. iv left the phone on charge for abour 4hours same thing..

anyone got any idea whats going on?
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Try removing the battery and putting it back in.
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i have alot of times..
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Then I think you need a new battery.
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Sounds like a fully discharged battery. Go to your local phone store and have them put in a good battery to test your BB. If that works, problem solved. If not, something else is wrong.
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