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Screen went black on my motorola razor

It was working fine, then it went black. Why? and how do i fix it?

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Nothing you can do about that but replace the whole flip assembly or the LCD on the flip. Another cause for this is a bad component on the main board, probably faulty or a blown capacitor. Liquid can also cause this problem, if any rain or condensation seeped through your phones keys then your lcd will fail. So your only fix is to replace the main lcd or flip assembly, you can also take it to your carriers repair center and have the phone swapped if they cant fix it for you. Good luck.

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