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My iphone wont light up

My phone this morning won't light up. It seems to respond to the touch still and the sounds still work. I just can't see anything. I powered it off and on a couple times but nothing.

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Your backlight is probably out. if you go into a dark room youll probably be able to see it

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    Hold down the power button and home button at the same time until you see the white apple logo show up- then let go of them.

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