Question about Samsung SGH-U700 Cellular Phone
I have a u700. its been working fine for months, suddenly, my touch keys, wheel, and middle button key will not work when it is slid up. when slid down and unlocked, it works perfectly fine. When i raise it all the way up, it will not work, sometimes if yu wait a little bit it will work, but if yu lower the slide about half a centimeter, the lights on the touch pad turn off. and lower it a little more and the reappear. Other problems is that the screen will sometimes turn black while the phone is on, the colors will invert and the screen will mirror itself, etc. I have tried a reflash, and it doesnt help. Can anyone help me with this problem? is it the flex cable, is a wire loose? hellppp~
The FLEX (white film strip inside your sliding phone) is already worn out. if your phone is still covered by warranty, it will be replaced for free by any samsung mobile service center, but if not, you have to pay for its replacement..
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
In my case... I wait until the screen like sleep and screen is like turned off. then when i press the middle button everything will be back in its form. While in the case of black screen while turned on... I just wait for a couple of minutes and it will all go back to its form.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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