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Remove battery and open the front panel Check for moisture in the board, if so use a dryer to warm the board.
Replace once you have confirmed there is no visible faults of contact.
If the keypad still wont work then it is failure in the board, the keypad interface.
Advice to get estimation from Nokia to decide.
you have a damaged screen. they generally go black when they have been cracked and the liquid crystal has leaked. the LCD can be replaced, but if it also has a tired battery, it is probably not worth repair. If you want to replace the display,you need the correct tool to remove the screws from the chassis internally, and the new LCD can be purchased from http://cellink.com.au/products/ They have the tools and parts to repair just about any phone. Good luck. A "fixya" rating for my advice would be great :)