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Water Damage - Nokia N95

I had my drink bottle in my bag and it had leaked onto my Nokia N95. I got the phone out of my bag and it was still working fine. The next day i noticed that the screen was black.

I can still receive calls and texts - everything works just fine except the screen. If i push down on the screen it comes back right for a split second.

Should i replace the screen or is the phone stuffed?
If i have to replace the screen, how do i do this?

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  • mel_menzies8 Feb 05, 2009

    I am not able to open the LCD myself as i dont have the right tools. Are these easy to purchase?

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Can you open your n95 by yourself? if yes, detached the LCD then cleand its LCD connector by alighter fluid using a small brush..thank you..

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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    amin dianalan Feb 05, 2009

    yes the tools are available. T6 screw driver. but if you dont have the knowledge about the phone its better to be service./ Thank you..

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