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Screen will not stop flashing ( power failure) after the power surged a few days ago

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Plz change ur battery

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

  • jranieri77 Aug 31, 2011

    change the time and date, or if you have caller ID it will update automatically and should clear the message.

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