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Screen is blank no light

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It needs a new one

Posted on May 07, 2010

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well ,that means that the ribbon cable that flexs when you open and close the screen is bad,, could be the screen tho..you need to let me know if the phone still works,does the keyboard light come on..

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Hello,

is it a blank screen, if it is, the problem with your phone is that the flex on the screen of your phone is weak or damage, that is why your screen did not display.

All you need to do is to replace the flex on the screen of your phone and you will see that your phone screen will display. Change the flex on the screen of your phone as advice and you will see that your phone screen will display.

Take care.

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have the flexcable replaced and try also a new battery

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Remove the battery and SIM card, wait about 5 minutes and re-insert everything. If the screen shows up, well and good. If not, there is a problem with the display and you will need to get the device serviced.

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http://www.fixya.com/support/t254165-cell_phone_screen_dont_work_help

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this problem has probably occured due to the phone being knocked. i used to have a motorola l7 slvr and it did exactly the same, i found that if you hit the back of the phone fairly hard the screen would come back on. im not sure if it is the same for the razr but hey its worth a try. ti be honest i think motorola are terrible mobile phone manufacturers but great 2way radio manufacturers

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