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Line across Screen and will not boot up.

Battery was low and I forgot to charge it. It died completely. When I plugged it in the phone started to reboot, and a line was showing up on the screen. I would not charge nor turn on or off. Just kept trying to reboot.

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Take it apart and unplug the screen and plug it back in then restet all settings when the phone is apart try and clean it !BE VERY CAREFULL THAT YOU DONT BREAK ANYTHING ELSE ! dont do this if you dont have 1 single clue what you doing take it to the shops and get it fixed for £10-£15-£20

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