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Motorola A630 operational but screen stays blue

Just bought a used Motorola A630 at a flee market -- I charged the battery overnight and put my SIMM in the phone -- It turns on and I hear the start up tone but all I get is a blue screen on the front screen and nothing on the inside screen -- It works when I try to make a call but can't see a thing on the screen -- When I power down, the tone plays and it shuts off fine -- Looked in the manual and cant seem to find anything to resolve this issue -- This is a great little phone with the qwerty keyboard inside and I'd really like to try to get it working -- Any ideas?

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