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Issue with display

Sometime the screen would show black and white verticals line on the screen and i was not using the phone.I have already formatted the phone however it happened after that as well.The issue seem to be a intermittent issue.After this happens i would have to restart the phone by taking out the battery.Also if could get some intruction to open the tear down the phone so that i could clean it of the dust which is coming on the screen. Thank you i too have an issue with the display screen.. its blank white............. not able to use it at all... pls help..

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Sir please upgrade your phone for solving your problem

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