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WOW...Hi, bballgurl4321. Unfortunatly that exact same problem jus happened to me earlier this week...what i did was, i took my phone up to a sprint store actually today lol jus got home actually..but i took it up there and LG discontinued the LG Rumor..im guessing from so many deffects and problems that seem like they never stop. ive had 3 diffrent LG Rumors so yea its a horrible phone...but anyway, they replaced my LG Rumor with the new LG Rumor2...the same day...and so far so good..so try that...u should gt the same results and they should give u the free upgraded LG Rumor 2
Take the battery out of your phone and wipe the gold contacts with a soft cloth. Wipe the contacts gently on both the phone and the battery. Then replace the battery and test. If this does not work you must go to a Sprint Repair Center.
If the LCD is white/and or garbled then "YES" this is a known issue.
First locate the Sprint Insignia (Label on the back of device) to check manufacturer date. You will notice two bar-codes one entitled ESN HEX. At the very bottom of the this bar-code is a combination of numbers and letters. The first two numbers are the manufacturer's date (Example: 801). The first number stands for the year and the second number signifies the month. The example above indicates January of 2008.
Most LG Rumor Series manufactured before April 2008 suffered with white/garbled screen. This is a problem with flex cable; simple fix.
Just visit your local Sprint Service Center for this specific repair. Regardless if you have insurance or not, this defect is still covered. Thanks.
Thankfully, it was not the phone this time. Evidently they have just as many issues with the charger failing as the phone. (It was the charger.) Since it was still under warranty they replaced the charger for me. Woohoo! Let's hope it doesn't break... (The charger OR the phone!!!)