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This sounds as a hardware error. Since this is a flip phone the strain ussually is inflicted at the flex cable connecting the Motherboard to the LCD screen. This is a very fragile piece of equipment (chaep though around 5-15$ at ebay) and breaks easily even after normal usage.
If it is not broken it also simply loose at the connectors. Attaching it again will solve the problem.
At this point I believe that the possibility of an LCD that is defective is less than 5-10%.
Unfortunately, the vibration mechanism is not in the battery. You will eiither have to get it serviced or get a replacement phone.
I am very farmiliar with the MPX220 as I used to use one. When mine died, I replaced it with a Motorola Q. If you have GSM service, the GSM Q's are being relesed shortly.
First try a other battery from a friend with the same phone, if the problem is solved, the battery is faulty, If the problem is not solved, the battery connector is faulty, you will have to take your phone to a repairman to have this repaired.
Hope this helps
I would personally suggest going to ebay. They carry many replacement parts for cell phones such as the Flex cable that you need, and are quite inexpensive as well. I guess figuring out how to install it is the tricky part. Good Luck!!!!