Question about LG RUMOR Cellular Phone
It sounds like a problem with the wiring connections to the screen. LG's are really bad for poor quality connections with screens. You could pop it open and take a look at the connection between the screen and the motherboard to check to see if there is any visible damage, but its not really a user-friendly repair. With the cost of phones, in the long run, replacement is the best option (unless covered by warranty, in which case, opening the phone would void the warranty).
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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