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There's a tiny magnet in the top of the flip, near the hinge.. try taking a small magnet and hold it over the keypad near the hinge, and see if it doesn't think it's closed, if that magnet didn't get put back in the flip, then the phone won't know it's closed.
If u have a Razor (As shown in the picture), If the mini Screen Works(When you close the phone) then then make sure the push down button((Turns off the main screen when you flip the phone closed) is not pushed down while the phone is open.
I believe you have a problem with the hinge of the flip where your wire that connects to the display opens up your screen. If you keep opening the flip and closing it slowly does the screen turn on and off??? If it does then you have a problem with the hinge like I said. If not then it could be just a software glitch where you need to reinstall the operating system.
This is the Early signs of Failure! Just had to Upgrade my RAZR for the same Problem. Your Options are (1) Have it Repaired-Costs a LOT! (2) Upgrade to a New or Refurbed Razr. There are no other Solutions
I just fixed mine. The cable goes from the back of the phone (below the battery and SIM card) around the hinge and connects again on the flip-up part, under the screen. Re-seating at the main unit didn't fix it for me (dang), so I had to take off the cover on the flip-up part. Pretty hairy, but doable. You'll need TORX #5 and #6 screwdrivers.
I also saw where local repair shops will fix it for $75 (ouch), but that may be for a screen replacement--which is probably not needed. Opening and closing the phone is what causes the (tiny, flat) cable to need re-seating.
Try the phone while plugged in and see what happens. If it works fine then it's probably the battery or the contacts to the battery. I've had a problem with my razr that's similar to this. My razr is on the keys light up when i press something but the screen is completely blank open and closed and all the buttons work. Best thing to try is leave out with battery and sim card out and it might start working again. However if it is only 2 months old it should still be covered under warranty.