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there is nothing wrong with your screen, the problem is
from the flex that connects your screen to the phone's main board. This
flex must have worn out that's why your screen is not displaying any picture.
problem is common with flip and slide phones. The flex gets worn out as
a result of constant opening and close of the flip or slide phone.
would urge you to replace the flex and I am assuring you that your
screen will display picture again. You might also be lucky to find out that the
flex is not well fix, that is, it may have loosed contact.
you cannot change the flex yourself, maybe you should take the phone to
a local repairer within your vicinity, so that the flex can be
It sounds like the flex cable connecting the screens to the other phone guts has either come loose or broken. This is pretty common on RAZRs. You can either open it up and try to fix the loose cable, or drop it off at a shop for a quick, cheap repair.
in the top right corner you are suppose to have a little circular magnet that changes the screen when the phone is open or closed. I just changed my housing yesterday and took the magnet out and put it in my new housing but for some reason i have the same problem as you. so maybe you lost the magnet when you replaced the lcd and if that is the case then you are screwed. try have Motorola fix it, don't tell them you replaced the lcd
you can fix the off screen by opening the top part of teh phone (4 tiny torx screws under the rubber gommets) and re-seating the flatcable connector.
dnt forget a little glue on the gommets, or you wil lose them later.
worked for me :)
I hope this anser helps you:
First, Press the center select key to open the menu, then scroll to SETTINGS & TOOLS
and then go to Display Settings, and press the center select key to select it, nou you should go to "Clock Format" and press the menu key.
Scroll to Front Clock (for the external display) and press the center select key
My razr V3 dropped from an astonishing 40cm to the floor, after that both screens stopped working. I opened the screen by removing the four tiny screws in each corner (t5 screwdriver which I didn't have but the smallest of my miniature screwdriver set just fitted), and popping it up carefully.
There a two flatcables, one with a silvery color and a connector with a black piece of foam on it. I think it's the screen signal carrying cable. I removed it and put it back in place, pushing it firmly. After that the screens worked again.
10 minutes of work and a great deal of satisfaction.
Further, the phone stinks.
regards, El Rudo
Hola Guate ;]
display cable is probily loose. Seen this problem on another model.
Don't know if it's the same for the V3, but you have to make sure the screen cables are well connected. this is how it goes with a different model: Open the back of your phone, and near the top right side is a cable that leads to the screen. Make sure it is fully in. If this doesn't work, open the face of the phone, carefully remove the metal peice that is on top, there are small white latches on the side. After that you should just see the red-brown cables of the screen. To the top right corner there should be a cable that looks alot like the one in the back. Make sure that is all the way in.
Good luck, tell us how it went in there...