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Phone display is stuck

When someone phoned me this morning it showed who was calling but I couldn't answer it. It isn't responding to any commands from the keypad. When I turn it off and on again the display flicks between changing the clock, and the volume level bar, but pressing the keys won'e change the display. Does anyone have any suggestions as to why this might have happened?

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  • meday darcy Jun 11, 2007

    I have tried this as I have put my sim into another phone so I could use it this morning, but putting them back into the old phone produces the same problem.

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Try removing the battery and sim card for a minute. Put them back in and turn the phone back on. As to why it happens, is anybody's guess. Today's electronic gizmos are susceptilbe to a lot of things and anything could have confused your phone's circuitry. If it does it often, there is a problem with the phone. If it never does it again then it was just a thing.

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