Its not a technical problem, behind the screen of the face of the phone , theres a clear plate which is connected to the electrical base of the fone via a small tape bit ( which is a brownish colour , its like the electrical base- very thin) that tape has snapped and the phone isnt working! , do you know where ic ould order that plate with the tape???
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Reinitializing the base and then relinking the base to each handset may be necessary. You may have done these procedures when you first setup the phones. If the owners manual does not cover this procedure, you can try Philips technical support.
Ok, my phone had the same problem. I took the face plate off and the screen out and there's actually a little connector that connects to a board behind the screen(can come unplugged for replacement). I fiddled around a little with it and it worked fine. about a week or 2 later it happened again. I tried fixing it again and it would just flash white>black>lines>white, repeat. I know my phone's taken a bit of abuse, dropped down a road, soaked in rain, but it always worked after. These phone screens aren't meant to take abuse. Problem; the phone screen died. Solution; get a new screen.
The flex cable from the display is shorting against the metal plate that supports it. The cable runs along the bottom of the display, and when the phone is closed, the buttons press against the display causing the wires to short against the metal.
Disassemble the top part of the phone, and place a piece of electrical tape along the bottom portion of the metal plate. This will solve the problem. Google "replace display sony ericsson w380". You should find instructions with photos about how to disassemble phone.
There is no face plate. Do you mean the actual grey cabinet? This is not easy to remove, as everything on the turntable is attached to the cabinet. So, you will have take apart the entire turntable in order to do this.
there are to areas in phone kinda a pain to find but one is keyed to be outside setting then you have the volume button key on side of phone took me a bit to find the outside loud feature in settings
its also quite possible you droped your phone and the speaker link got jared inside off its points this is somthing that is set in but not sodered in when they put these parts together it makes connection to base which is back plate to mother board inside phone i had a phone like this just had super glue speaker back down to front plate and it worked
but lets look at first setting its easier then opening up phone
As far as i know,, vodaphone fones are not good, i bought myself from vodafone and faced many many problems in the fone and they wash out the orignal software of the fone and install their own software in the fone,, so i personaly recomend not to buy fones from vodafone.