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My MPX220 internal LCD broke

I need help, my MPX 220 display was broke...this type ( MPX220) didn't entry my contry market...so the distributor ( MOTOROLA indonesia ) didnt have the spare part...i need the flexible cable for MPX 220. ( cable who connect mainboard to LCD ) my internal LCD display scarble image...the cell phone basicly oke but i cannot see all thing that i have to see ( sms, ico bla bla..) Where i could find the flexibel cable....can you help me.thanx before. regards, david

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Not sure it's the screen, bought a broken replacement phone that had the screen broken thinking I could take the working screen from my existing model and stick it on the other phone...same problem when I switch the combined one on...

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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I would personally suggest going to ebay. They carry many replacement parts for cell phones such as the Flex cable that you need, and are quite inexpensive as well. I guess figuring out how to install it is the tricky part. Good Luck!!!!

Posted on Feb 21, 2007

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