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Ive got a pda2k... my touch screen is'nt working......

My pda2k fell and now the touch screen is not working......when i swich on the pda....there is a running screen and on the other side there is a boder of white strip.....the part of the screen which runs has colour pigment in them....i dnt think it is broken......please help me.........i am very tensed

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Hello there!

thanks for using fixya.com

Sorry about what happened to your I-mate PDA.

If have already white strip on the screen, and some colour pigments are presently shown. You should not panic. Just bring your pda to the service center, i had mine fixed as well, i have the i-mate jama 101, when i dropped it, I couldn't see anything but bright light. and the screen was not responding. but anyhow, lets hope that the LCD was not damaged, what you can do, just remove the battery, and let your technician check it carefully. if you still have the warranty, it would be perfect.

good luck!

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