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An irregular blue mark on screen after a fall on ground

After falling down a bluedotted ,irregularly spread mark of about 5 mm is permananantly displayed which obstructs the screen letters to some extent. How to get rid of that?

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Hi. It sounds like you've damaged the LCD screen. The blue dot is basically the ink in the screen leaking. There's a guide for replacing your screen here http://www.formymobile.co.uk/6300disassembly.php

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