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Can't see faceplate.

Phone works,but can't who's calling and or to get my directory. phone not even 6 months old. its a motorola slv 7. please help. thanks. ann

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Do you mean you cant see the screen give me more info then i can help you further.
Is it that you cant see the name on the screen also whats wrong with screen let me know ok

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