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My LG GW305 has a display problem, it is just showing lights on the screen, but it can make calls. Tried other screens still not displaying. thx


Showing blank(white screen) display a even it works. There is problem with your display IC chip which has been damaged you need to change it and get you software update.There is conection loose i this.

Aug 17, 2011 | Cell Phones

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My watch is 8 months old and just stopped..the screen still displays the exact time and date that it died..but because it's digital if it was the battery the screen should have gone blank?!!


Best bet is to start by replacing the battery. At 8 months it'll be due for one soon anyway and a new battery may "reboot" it so it runs again. As a battery wears out it doesn't just stop, it may still maintain the display even though it stops keeping time. Also, new "e-ink" displays require no power to maintain the display 0 only to change it.

Apr 28, 2010 | Columbia Digital eBook Watch for Women

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Bb 9530 work well but screen does'nt work i have change the new screen but the problem still persist i have install os 4.7.0.148 the problem with my screen is black


If the problem persist even after changing the display then issue may be with the strip(which connects the display screen and the board).
Regards, Kesav

Mar 01, 2010 | RIM BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone

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My nokia n70 screen mixing the colors


there is not a software problem there is a problem with your phone's screen plzzz take a new one

Dec 17, 2009 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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Nokia 6131, front/internal screen light up but don't display


Your display circuit is broken, even if the LCD-panel,
seems to be ok the display is damaged.
This is a very common problem in Nokia phones.
The only way to fix this is to change the display.
You need a T-6 Torx Skrewdriver to do the job.
You can find displays for fair price at :
www.mytrendyphone.com
This is your solution! Please vote!

Dec 17, 2008 | Nokia 6131 Cellular Phone

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Nokia K750i


If the new screen is white and old screen displays 20% of the display then you can check by flashing the software , in most the cases white screen is the software problem.....

Aug 17, 2008 | LG M4410 Cellular Phone

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On Screen Display is being shown permanently


Its aproblem of command section.Check its components one by one.you can identify this section (the front panal buttons goes in this section and a ic in big size and pasted horizantally in the circuit).if the components are ok then change command ic with new one.This will solve your problem.

Jul 31, 2008 | SAMTRON 55V 15" CRT Monitor

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Internal screen is white


NO YOUR DISPLAY IS DAMAGED YOU HAVE TO CHANGE UR PHONS DISPLAY AND IT WILL WORK EVEN CHANGING THE DISPLAY IF IT DONT WORK CHECK THE DISPLAY CONNECTOR.

Nov 23, 2007 | Motorola Mobility E815

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Fan, HDD... everything is working but no display.


You have no display, and cant even get to the bios screen.
OK, does anything at all show on the monitor when starting?
Logo,etc?

If that is the case, look to your video card or monitor.
I cant tell you how many times I have seen pins that are bent or proken on the VGA cable. or even plugged in.
Please check these things and let me know what you find

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