Question about LG Revere VN150 Verizon Wireless CePhone
Phone diplay screen white took battery out n in wont change
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have an LG chocolate and had the same problem- it's what they call the "ribbon" that is broken so you have to take it to a mobile store and have it repaired- it cost me about $45 to repair!
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
SOURCE: my screen went white...
LG had a problem with their first screen manufacturers in which caused LG to recreate a whole new batch of LG 8500's The white screen was common for a short while.
As im assuming you all have verizon wireless, Take your phone into the nearest corporate store and have a tech look at it .. If your under warranty and there's no physical or liquid damage to the phone, you can have it replaced for free. If none of that is true then it's gonna either be 50.00 plus tax where applicable or buying a new phone.
But still, take it in .. have them look at it .. just looking at it costs nothing.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
It has something to do with a cable that connects from your keypad to the rest of the phone. If you bring this back to the place that you got it at, they should be able to get it fixed. I know I asked about it when I bought mine, and they said that they don't have the cables there yet, so they would have to send the phone away to get it fixed.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
My Solution: Heat it up by just sitting on it or holding it in your hands// Take the battery out and back in/ Try keeping the battery out of it for a full day
My Story :) My mom dropped the phone in the dishes because she was drunk haha, I quickly took out the battery, but when the next day came by I looked at the phone and saw the same problem everyone here has. I kept replacing the battery on the hope it would just magically fix itself. Now 2 days from when it dropped in water, I kept flipping it, replaced the battery again (just taking it out and back in) after I sat on it a while, possibly the heat somehow helped it to work again.. I'm amazed it works haha, it was in the water fully submerged for half a min when I had to snatch it out of the dishes But, it is most likely that I took the battery out, the battery is the thing that ruins electronics, just remember to take it out if you drop it in water. Good luck. If worst comes to worst and your going to buy a new phone, maybe try using a blow dryer on it for a little bit **or just do this in the first place**
Posted on May 06, 2009
The same thing happened to my lg5500.I found out from my carrier, its a manufactures problem. My carrier sent me another phone free of charge.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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