Question about Nokia 5300 Grey Cellular Phone
Its either the screen is now disconnected or it is broken. If it is just only disconnected, once reconnected it should be back up and running. But if on the other hand is broken, you will have to replace it. If you are technically minded you may be able to open it up gently and check to see is the connection from the screen to the panel is weak. If weak just press it back to hold firm and couple back the phone. If after this problem persists, you will need to replace it.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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