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Re: nokia n95 display out
Your display circuit is broken, even if the LCD-panel,
seems to be ok the display is damaged.
This is a very common problem in Nokia phones.
The only way to fix this is to change the display.
You need a T-6 Torx Skrewdriver to do the job.
You can find displays for fair price at :
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please provide us more detail on your problem...there is over 10 problem that may cause the screen giving black display.
or if you want simple answer : 1. Maybe your flexible tape is damaged (occurs on almost all sliding-phone),need to replaced 2. Your lcd is need a proper burial, need to replaced 3. Your lcd connector not placed properly, try to open and insert it again carefully 3. IC problem, that may branch into many probabilites, you need to visit the Service Centre
The LCD display has most likely failed or the internal connection to it has been dislodged.
Without special tools and equipment there is nothing you can do to fix this properly, although a dislodged connector can sometimes be temporarily reseated by giving the phone a sharp sideways tap. Doing this can also completely dislodge the connector, but as the display no longer works you have nothing to lose.
If the sharp tap solution brings the display back then all you've done is to confirm that you probably won't need a new LCD display but either way the phone will still need a professional repair.
Sorry to disappoint you but sadly not everything is fixable on a DIY basis.
Change of a virus on your n95 is really small. I think you have just a bad screen. If warranty is still valid, i think you should try to get a new one. Otherwise, you should get a new screen and a some information on how to replace the screen.