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LG Optimus G PRO Not charging & Not booting

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26th August 2014, 10:37 AM   |  #1  
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Hello everyone. I need your help.
I have the LG Optimus G PRO F240L, everything was working fine but before some days my phone closed unexpectedly (it was full of battery, not warm and i wasn't doing anything extraordinary).
From that time, when i try to boot it, my phone follows the booting process and immediately after the closing process... So the phone can't start!
When i tried to put it in the charger, it displayed the following message: "Current temperature is too low or too high will not be charged. Please move to another cellphone.", and not charging...
I tried to remove battery/sd card/sim, but nothing changed.
I did a hard reset, but nothing changed.

Any ideas or suggestions?

Thanks!
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Try a New battery...

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I tried a new battery but nothing changed again...
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I tried a new battery but nothing changed again...

Maybe try flashing back to stock ... I don't know .. That's odd

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Maybe try flashing back to stock ... I don't know .. That's odd

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I tried flashing back to stock but not finished succesfully... I dont know what else can i do... Any other idea?
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I tried flashing back to stock but not finished succesfully... I dont know what else can i do... Any other idea?

Sell it on ebay as "not working for parts":
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