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2001 Explorer; anti theft light steady; no power to car

Car ran fine yesterday. Today when tried to start with correct key, nothing happened. Anti-theft light is on, steady, no blinking. There seems to be no power of any kind to the car...no interior lights, nothing works, except i can plug in my cell phone charger and it shows it's charging. I have tried putting the key in the door lock and turning it both ways (suggestion to disarm anti-theft); that didn't help. Does anti-theft disable all electrical functions, including the starter, or do you think I just have a totally dead battery?

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Take the positive side of the battery off for about 3 seconds and then put it back on to see if this will reset the security code

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