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If your keypad lights and display is not working, then you have to service it. The display might got have damaged if it fells down or if some water spilled on that.. Make sure you keep your electronics free from water.
When a phone falls into water, there things that needs to be done fast in other to prevent damage on the phone because water is not friendly with phones.
Why contact service came up was because the phone was not attended to earlier.
When a phone drops into water, first you need to remove the battery in other to prevent I C in the phone to bridge, depending on the capacity of water that entered into it, some might make the phone start getting hot.
The phone you are using has two option:
servicing the phone, or the phone might not stop showing contact service.
When you service the phone, the contact service might go off or might still be displaying the phone.
First a comment - my 2 yr/old threw one of my Nokia phones into our pool a few years ago - I took the battery off and let it dry and it powered up just fine - I replaced the phone to be sure I had continued coverage but for the moment DON'T PANIC!
Log in to your service provider and print your most recent calls - you will likely remember who you called or who called you so you at least have some back up information.
I assume your phone service provider is AT&T - unfortunately your phone is not supported by their wireless backup program - a program that costs about $2.00 a month and auto syncs your contacts to a database on line. Make sure you select a phone that is compatible and subscribe to the wireless back up plan when you replace your phone - the $24 year is well worth the extra assurance!
try another sim in tyour handset if does not works than contact vendor as it might be a hardware issues of you mobile,,,, the issue might be with the network receiver or sim chip. check out with the vendor.