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I have Motorola C-168 model and when i start it then it show display without light.

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Sorry to say buddy but i think u hve some problems with ur display so plz change it but wat i will suggest is dont go for the display just buy a new phone coz display is so expensive that u will get another C-168(2nd hand)

Posted on May 12, 2010

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