Question about Cell Phones
this depends on the type of phone you are using.
If its a flip or slide phone, then the problem is from the flex, you need to replace the flex for your screen to show again. The flex must have worn out as a result of constant opening and closing of the phone.
When you loose the phone you will see a flex that connects the screen to the phone main board. Some times the flex might be removed and needs to be re-fixed. This will be revealed when you open the phone.
If its not a flip or slide phone, then the screen is the one that is faulty; it might be damaged or not well fixed. You also need to loose the phone in this case to ascertain the problem.
I wish you all the best.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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