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Your problem is caused by the communication foil between the LCD and the mainboard of the phone. This foil contains a number of circuits that makes data transfer possible. The one or more circuits do not communicate anymore, the phone displays odd images.
Your phone can work again, all you need to do is to get the flexi cable and fix it back in place.
It is not expensive.
It is about $15.
To fix this, these are the processes to follow;
Get the appropriate screwdriver,
Turn your phone over so the battery
cover is facing you. Remove the battery cover and
Next remove the 2 rubber stoppers and unscrew
Remove the 6 screws,
Next remove the 2 rubber stoppers & screws
above the main screen,
Prise the back part away from the rest
of the phone by running your fingernail between where the two parts meet,
Unclip the ribbon,
After removing the ribbon cable,
carefully lift the metal part that is beneath the phone. Another ribbon will be
attached which should be carefully removed.
Take the circuit board & keypad out and
you'll be left with what's below it.
Next remove the top part of the phone
by pushing the housing in whilst pulling the hinge, which the top part
is attached via, away from the phone. This is the hardest part and
you'll need to bend and manipulate the housing the get the hinge out. Be
firm but be careful so you don't snap the housing.
open the top half of the phone and get to the screen, run your fingernail between where the two parts of the housing meets,
Try to open up the top part by splitting it open with a credit card,
replace the ribbon and,
Reverse the procedure for reassembly and it's finished.
Issue – Bottom half of iPhonetouch screendoes not work. Solution - Standard troubleshooting steps in order are power the iPhone off and on, Reset, Restore from backup, Restore as a new iPhone or not from backup and if no change after any or all, call Apple Care – (800) 694-7466 or make an appointment at an Apple Store to have this checked if there is one nearby.
Issue -iPhone “touch screen” dead. Solution - Connect your phone to iTunes and do a full restore, it will replace all information on your phone prior to your last syn. If it doesn’t help call Apple Care – (800) 694-7466.
Issue - The top half of my iPhone screen is not working at all Solution - If restore doesn’t work – you could schedule online an appointment with a genius at an Apple store http://www.apple.com/retail/
Issue – My screen cracked. How much would it cost to get it replaced? Solution - Terrible situation but Apple doesn’t warranty the glass. This would be a minimum of $250 to get fixed out of your pocket.
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Have you tried to adjust the contrast on your display? If that doesn't help chances are its your battery. how to change battery: Remove the battery compartment door, the bottom half of the back, should slide down. Disconnect the cord attached to the battery pack and remove the battery pack from the handset. Insert the new battery pack and connect the cord to the jack inside the battery compartment. Put the battery compartment door back on.
I have had a simular problem with mine and just fixed it. My phone was doing simular things, but it would also sometimes not show the outside display, or half would be upsite down. Also occasionally when I opened the phone I only saw a white screen.
**FIX** There is a small ribbon cable that comes from the top half (w/ the screen) and connects into the circuit board in the bottom half (under battery). It came loose which caused all of my problems. If you clean that connection and put the phone back together it should be good as new.