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My phone screen turns black when i slide the monitor downward.

I bought my D900i a year a go, but I got a problem with it just now. When I tried to slide the monitor of the phone downward, the screen turns black. Even if I slide if upward again, it will remain black. I know that the phone is still open because it still vibrates for any call/texts I receive. Anyhow, the screen will only turn back to normal when I restart the phone.

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Its a hardware problem. You need to change the flex or ribbon wire. 100% tested. Thank you

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