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Display screen The display screen on my Motorola V262 is black. The phone charges, receives and places calls, but I cannot access my address book nor see who is calling me because I can't read the display. This happened right after I ran my phone completely out of battery on a vacation.

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Re: Display screen

That is wierd - you can try the first solution to have it flashed, but 30% that's the answer, somehow your lcd probably burnt out so a simple replacement is required - it would cost about $30-40 for the lcd and the installation

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