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Motorolla pink razor screen

The screen does something weird. It chops up the display into three or more parts and messes it up. Sometimes it works but most of the time it does not. Now it won't let you press the one button, star button and space button. It was washed and dried several months ago but worked fine until now.

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You need to take the phone and have the LCD replaced....this will correct the issue so take the phone to a mobile service center or mobile tech and have them replace the screen for you.

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