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procedure.. a)open jaf interface b)connect the phone to jaf box c.)select dct4 d.)thick check e) if the phone is connected put MCU ,PPM,CNT of 2310 f.)flash the phone g.)write 2310 pm h.)after flashing ,the phone is in contact service status ,dont worry i)just unlock the phone.. j.)replace the LCD (glass display) and now you have 2310 colored phone.. if you have no gadget that i have mentioned above ,dont try this..i hope it will help you..thanks
guest, Problem may exist internally on the units "switch-mode-power-supply/ccfl inverter supply printed circuit board. When very, very STRANGE things start to show-up on the lcd screen that shouldn't be there, the first place I as a technician would look would be the SMPS/CCFL inverter board. If your unit acts same way when connected to different pc, or if a "known good" monitor works well with your pc, then you will need to have unit serviced by a cold-cathode-fluorescent lamp back-lit lcd monitor technician! It's that or you will need to visit YOUTUBE and see if DIY repair is in your future. Do some reading in my or "buddymc" , "budmrtn" and other techs fixya profiles here on fixya for more info. Above all else, remember this!!! Your CCFL back-lit lcd monitor isn't any different than any other brand in it's basic design and operation!!! Just do some reading to understand why so many lcd monitors fail in the field. If this response has been of some use then do a return comment so all other users can read it. Bye for now. 12fixlouie
Leave unplugged for a few days or open unit and look for button battery and pull it out for a few seconds. If board has permanent type battery (soldered) you can try and unsolder it and resolder it again. The unit requires some sort of power to remember these things unless it uses a flash memory, but that is doubtful.
the flash capacitor witch stays charged for days even when your camera off has very high voltage on it and probably arched over into more that just blowing your lcd screen.
only thing I would do is junk it or buy one on ebay with minor problems and start repalcing boards, get some fine jewlers philips screwdrives and small flat, and be very careful. I wouldnt try to replace any surface mounted componets.
If you know just a little about electronics I can suggest several things. If not you'll need a tech...
Forst check F901 in the power supply, if it's open replace it and D902. If not open, check R964 for broken solder connections. The power supply in this unit is very commonly the culprit of a dead unit as you're describing... It's not usually an expensive repair for a qualified shop if any of this sounds a bit beyond you...
Take care Juliet and let me know how it turns out.