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Dust under the screen,

The screen on my V3m looks like there's dust or dirt under it especially in sunlight etc. Is it possible to have it cleaned out, or replace the screen ? I have had this phone for quite few years and it saw a pretty hard life in construction before I retired and I'm loath to part with it so would you advise buying new rather than replacing the screen,Thankyou, Derek.

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I love Razr phones and miss them dearly but sadly yes you probaly need to just replace the phone. Time to retire the phone also.

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