Question about Sanyo Katana SCP-6600 Cellular Phone
Yes, I've seen this happen twice, similarly. When enough shock has been applied to a phone, such as your case, the screen is very susceptable to damage and will need to be repaired or replaced. There's nothing you can do with expertise or spare parts unfortunately, you may even want to look at a new phone if the warranty is out on the phone. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
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It's a good chance that the drop may have broken the connection from the board to the LCD, or cracked some of the connectors on the LCD itself as they are tiny pieces of glass and plastic...
I believe that replacing the screen would do it, although if the phone's under warranty, call the carrier up and tell them that you have lines going across the screen... they may just replace it for you.
I had a few dead pixels show up on my 8530... and they sent me a new one, as there were no refurbs at the time... this was about 1o days after I bought the phone. Sent back the old one, and everything has been perfect since...
Sorry can't help more, it's one of those things that unless you pull the device apart it's hard to tell... Also, you might kill your warranty if you open the phone... So it's a Catch 22 either way. Although, I would just let the pros that get paid to rip the phones apart handle it for you...
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