Question about LG RUMOR Cellular Phone
Hello, rstkapalko, I have some bad news. It isn't worth fixing. When you have keys that don't work you have either one of two problems, worn-out keypads (where they don't push down solid enough or they don't spring back into their original shape) or a bad keyboard. Now, as it is, you probably have some burns in the circuits that transfers information and power back and forth from the buttons. You'll have to replace that board and anything else that may have recieved damage.
Water damage is a funny thing. Think of the circuits on the board to be the nerve system and think of water damage as destroying that nerve. You can try and replace the circuits but this can prove to be both difficult and can cause more damage to the phone. This is why many manufactures place water dots on their phones and boards so that when that says it has been wet, they won't waste their time looking for the problem.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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