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A dingus at school stepped on my phone and now the screen doesnt work. But the programs and music still do.

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Check the display whether you can see cracks or spilled color. If so, Replace the display, this will fix your problem. If in case you see dark images/text, the you must go an check it from the mobile repairing shop. If it's not internally damaged, it's can be easily repaired. Good luck. Thanks for using FixYa.

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Hello :

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How to Replace a broken LCD Screen on your device [ Nokia 6300 ] .
But if you don't like to take the risk on your own , you can take it to a repair shop .

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Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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