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Nokia 3230 display failure but calls and receives,tested the LCD screen on another phone it works,what might be the problem?

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It's either the display module or the system board that is broken. anyway, the phone needs to be repaired by a professional. since the repair is more expensive than replacing the whole phone, it's better to just replace it. maybe you can still sell the phone to a repair centre, who can still use the functional parts.

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