Question about LG Cell Phones
what's the model and make of your phone? Also, did your phone fall on the ground or did the screen hit on something?
If your phone is a flip or slide, then there is every possibility that it might be a flex problem. There is a flex connecting the screen to the phone's main board, if the screen worn out or get weak, or not well seated (it may have shifted from its normal position), can cause the screen to misbehave. Fixing the flex or replacing the flex can solve the problem in this case.
But if your phone is not a slide or flip phone, then you will have no option than to replace the screen.
I hope you understand my explanations.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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