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Without knowing what kind of phone you have we can't help you exactly, but we can give some support. Look around the edge of the phone and see if you see a thin small oval with a little hole on one side of it. If you don't see that, it might be inside the device if it has an easily removable back, that may be behind the battery if it is easily removable.
Always remove the battery instantly when you cell phone gets wet. Remove the battery. There are two screws in the battery compartment at the bottom. There are two rubber plugs on the back side of the phone at the top. One one each side of the screw that unlocks the battery compartment. Remove the plugs and you will see the other two screws. Remove all four screws and gently pry apart the phone. Mine is easier to start from the top.
Once it is apart you will see where the ribbon cable attaches to the Printe Circuit Board (PCB). It doesn't look like it but that plugs on to the board. Gently pry up on one end. (I used my finger nail) Be carefull not to tear the ribbon cable. Once you have that loose take the PCB out of the phone. Remove the two very small screws (there's only two on the board) that hold the shield on the board and remove it. Now all you can do is clean the PCB. I would use warm water and a tooth brush but be gentle. Be sure to get where the ribbon cable pluged in good and look at the plug on the ribbon cable cleaning it as well. The ribbon cable is very easy to tear. Be carefull. Dry all parts thoroughly. Use a hair drier or let it sit for a day. When reassembling the phone be sure the ribbon cable is snapped back into place. You will know because it will stay there if you gently pull on it. Reinsert battery and good luck. Hope this helps.
Turn the lg kp215a over, and push up on the battery latch to remove the battery. Pull out the SD card cover on the side of the phone, and push in on the SD card to remove it.
Remove the four screws the were covered by the battery and the two screws at the top two corners of the phone. The top two screws may be covered with rubber stoppers that you can pull out.
Place your pry stick underneath the back housing, and twist the stick to pop it up. Remove the back housing from the device.
Remove two screws that are holding the control board in place. The first is located near the camera button on the side of the phone, the other is located just below the speaker.
Place your pry stick under the control board, and pull it up to free the board. As you pull the board up, find the connector underneath the board, and use your pry stick to pop it loose, then remove the control board from the housing.
Pull the soft plastic keyboard away from the housing.
Remove the three small screws that hold the housing to the hinge mechanism. There are four screw holes and only three screws, since one of the holes is used for a screw on the control board, so make a note of which holes the three small screws come from. Pull the hinge housing away from the LCD housing once you remove the screws.
Remove the six screws from around the outside of the LCD housing. You will have to slide the hinge mechanism down to access the sixth screw. Just remember to slide it back up once you are done. Place your pry stick between the two halves of the LCD, and pop the back piece off.
Remove the defective flex cable, and replace it with your new cable.
Reverse the disassembly instructions to get the phone back together again. Ensure that the cable is threaded through the slots in the LCD housing and the hinge housing. When you put the control board back into the rear housing, hold it at an angle first so that you can connect the cable to the control board.
open up the back of your v3.take out the battery.. then remove the 4 little rubber screw plugs on the 4 corners of the screen side of the flip/there are 4 little star type screws in there.remove them remembering what hole each screw came out of.some v3s have different size screws in the holes.then you'll see the flat ribbon cable going from the camera to the pc board of the screen.remove it and gently work the camera out of its holder..be careful.use a flat type screw screw driver to work it out.
the problem your having is caused by a ribbon that connects the screen and the mainboard in the phone.
the ribbon seems to have either come loose or detached.other than that being a problem it will almost certainly be a screen issue where the lcd has burnt out.
but in my professional opinion it will almost certainly be a ribbon issue
aol videos has a repair solution for the microphone,,,,thier is a small connector on the faceplate itself that you need to take off and put on the new faceplate.it is where the mic is located,it looks like a small black rubber with two brass pins in it..good luck!