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Sanyo m1 screen failure

My sanyo my is nearly a year old, last night when I got off the phone, the screen was plain bright white only.

the phone still makes and receives calls but thats all I can do with it now ; ; please help ^^

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  • StubbieKC Apr 02, 2008

    Exact same issue. Phone will be a year old this week. I went out to take a picture with it earlier today and the inside screen was Grey/White and the outside small LCD lights black. I can make and take calls just fine. Took it to the Sprint Store this afternoon "Bad Device" is what they tell me. I can exchange for $55 there, or send it off to Sanyo for repair for free. Sanyo will be getting it back.

  • celowe May 08, 2008

    Same problem, can get it to work if I place phone in fridge for a couple of minutes. After warming again screen goes white

  • nzwairua Jul 26, 2008

    I get the white screen most often on closing the phone. It's been in for repair for the same issue 4 times. On the third time it came back 'fixed' however it did not power up and had to be returned for repair (4th) before I even took possession.

  • zurab Nov 06, 2008

    Started in Nov 08. It used to be sporatic, and now its 90% of the time. Can't see the screen, who's calling, messaging. Kind of reminds you of a time before caller id.



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Now in Nov 2008, I have the same problem. It used to be sporadic, but now 90% of the time.

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