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most cases having to do with the keyboard, screen, volume buttons or other parts of the phone is mostly related to the flex cable. the flex cable is a thin bunch of tiny wires that are joined together and form a flat extended cable. it is most likely that your phone is suffering from a problem of either a weak or faulty flex cable which needs to be changed. my advice is that you send it to a repairer because it is a very delicate process which requires some level of expertise. depending on the type of phone and how common it is, the flex shouln't be too expensive for a phone like yours. hope this was helpful? please rate
There is nothing wrong with your screen, the problem is
from the flex that connects your screen to the phone's main board. This
flex must have worn out that's why your screen is not displaying any
The problem is common with flip and slide phones. The
flex gets worn out as a result of constant opening and close of the
flip or slide phone.
I would urge you to replace the flex and I
am assuring you that your screen will display picture again. You might
also be lucky to find out that the flex is not well fix, that is, it
may have loosed contact.
If you cannot change the flex yourself,
maybe you should take the phone to a local repairer within your
vicinity, so that the flex can be fixed/replaced.
yes, there is fix, actually not a to terribly bad repair if you know what your doing. Its your flex cable, ive seen tons and tons of those on the rumor/scoop. i actually work for a used cell phone store and specialize in repairs. if you would like us to repair it, or get an estimate. give us a call 605 335 0411 you can sure ship it to us and we can ship it back, we are very proffesional and love doing repairs!
Hi, my name is jeff and i work for a used cell phone and repair store in sioux fall south dakota called THE CELL PHONE GUY. we can fix this for you no problem it sounds like its your flex cable, if you would like us to repair it or get an estimate give us a call at 605 335 0411
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.