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Venkzzz's about the lcd heat gettin hot (v3i), and drained my battery fast even new. your previous answer it's the water that cause my phone heat. can you be specifice what parts i should replace it? is it the cable flex for v3i? hope only that one.! or any part must be replace like silicon (IC) chip. you are really correct that water mess my phone! i remember when i caught with the rain. but before that happened I experienced the phone when you flip up to use it, sometimes i can experienced white screen and i will closed the flip and open it again and it will work... thanks so much venkzzz's hope you will reply again.. God Bless you.

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You need to take the phone and have it fully service about the phone heating you need to have the mainboard replaced.

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