Question about Samsung SGH-a727 Cellular Phone
The screen of your phone as started malfunctioning.
It is possible that you hit it on a hard surface. all the same, it also possible that the screen is not well tighten to the panel of your phone.
Get a torx 6 screw driver, switch off the phone,remove the battery cover of your phone,the battery and sim card. turn the phone over and remove the front casing of your phone, use the torx 6 screw driver to tighten up all the screws on the screen to the panel very well and couple back yor phone.
Put back the sim and battery and switch on, if the screen did not still display, it means the screen of your phone is bad.
The problem is the screen, the screen is faulty and will need to be replace if you want it to display back as you use to have it.
All you will need to do is to get a get a brand new screen on your phone and i advice you go with the phone in other to get the exact screen and a working screen.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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