Question about Cell Phones
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I fixed it by buying a new screen and plugging it in. It has worked perfectly since. So it must be possible to damage the LCD without stopping the light in it from working. I think the contact idea was a good one but it didnt work in my case.
I'd like to thank you all for trying...
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
Hello..i'm very sorry ..but i have no further ideas...accidents happen so ...maybe time for a new one...good luck ...Ron
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
Hello...there is probably an contact problem between the display and the circuit board..if you havn't dropped it in any liquid it's possible that you can fix this by carefully adjust the "rubber" electric connector exactly to the "pads" on the circuit board..please be thorough to make sure that you hav enough "contact pressure" so that the display will have all segments working..it may be a "frameholder" problem!...if this desn't make it work, go to your local mobilephone serviceshop and talk with them...maybe they have some spare parts.......good luck...Ron
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
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