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Screen out I dropped my phone from about 2 stories up. I took it apart and nothing on the board seems to be messed up I think it's just my screen. I was wondering if anybody knew the wiring or pin out from the phone to the screen so I can rig it up with another screen. The screen isn't cracked at least on the outside but one of the internal components is gone i'm sure. Any info is appreciated chase

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  • preciousjade Sep 23, 2008

    my phone got wet, and when I opened the back and took out the bat. it wan't wet. The screen just doesn't work. Help? I tried taking the top off but I cant I donn't know if it is cause of the camera or what.

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I have one that the screen is out, I dropped just like you guys and when i took it apart I noticed that the ribbon cable that is going up to the screen, some of them had torn and that is what caused my screen to go out. You might want to check that out.

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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