Question about Cell Phones
Did the phone fell from you or did you hit the phone on any hard surface?
Firstly, torch any button to see if the phone is not in any sleep mode, try do one or two things, if it does not change anything, then,
Power off the phone, remove the battery from your phone and turn the phone to the screen. Now get a torx 6 screw driver and a flat screw driver to open the front casing of your phone.
Use the flat screw driver to pull gently the front casing gently and remove to have a full access to the screen of your phone.
Get the torx6 screw driver to tigthen all the screws that connect your screen to the panel.
Recouple back your phone front casing and power on to see if the screen will power up to usual screen.
If the screen did not still power up to usual screen, it means the screen of your phone is damage and will need to be replace with another new screen.
All you need to do is to get a brand new screen on your phone.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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