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I had this problem with a Motorolla the screen was bad if it is still under warranty and you take it to your service providers store they should replace it if it has no water damage and if you have extended service warranty they should replace it anyway. It is worth a try. I had to take my motorolla and get a new phone... Let me know if they helped you out.
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Download the Nokia N95 service manual from me: http://www.sunnyjersey.com/n95servicemanual.pdf
It's not a simple job, some parts like screws, seals and glued bits are only used once. You also need the right tools for the job.
Get your mate to do the job and when he cocks it up, blame him. He might buy you a new phone, like the Nokia N96