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Call Lg and your provider to report this issue, because my phone did the same thing and I have already had the phone replaced for this same issue once before. Both companies told me because I am the first person to report this issue there is no current recall. Therefore, there is nothing for anyone to do except pay for the screen to be fixed. If your phone is less then a year old the manufacture will replace the phone, but they will only do it once. This is my second Lg Xenon, with the first phone having the same issue, so no one can replace my phone.
i had the same problem...this is what you do. u check to see if you have a magnetic phone case or if ur phone has been exposed to any magnets. idk why but magnets mess up the screen rotation. all u have to do is take a magnet and pass over the phone once and it should go back to normal. but dont ever expose the phone to any magnets.
hope this helps
I just got my phone today and had the same problem. I figured that on the way over, something magnetic messed up the polarity of the magnet that snaps the slider back into place. It's used to sense the orientation of the phone so that it can rotate the screen.
All I did was take a regular magnet, slide out the slider and run/rub the magnet over the back of the slider...watch the screen; it'll magically rotate and right itself. Very cool. Physics once again saves the day:D