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My cellphone screen looks like its been water damaged

One my phone sometimes out of no where the screen will have blue stripes on it even if i dont do anything to it what is wrong with it

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Take the phone to a mobile service center and have them replaced the LCD for you.

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See this tips and fix it. God bless you
  • The simplest of all the cellphone screen issues to correct is a minor software glitch. These glitches can come out of nowhere and do many strange things to your device. To correct the problem, simply remove the cellphone's battery, wait a few seconds, and then put the battery back in. Power up the device to see if the quick reset corrected the screen issue. Additionally, some devices also have a hard reset that you can do without needing to see the screen. If your device has this kind of hard reset function, and you don't mind losing all of the information in the cellphone, a hard reset can sometimes correct issues that a soft reset will not.
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  • If your cellphone is still under warranty, then your best option may be to take it back into the store where you purchased it. Some stores have qualified technicians available to repair your device, while others will simply replace it with another phone. Either way, your cellphone should be working again. Note, however, that this is not an option if you have opened your device to try and repair the screen or if your cellphone has water damage, as these both will void the warranty.
    Instead of a warranty repair or replacement, if you have purchased insurance on your cellphone you can also choose to contact the insurance company. You'll have to pay a deductible, but the insurance company won't care if you have opened or damaged your device.

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