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mine had the same problem. go into memory under settings and (if you have a card) move some pictures/videos/music/sounds to the card from the phone memory. if you don't have a card, try deleting a few pictures/videos/music/sounds from your phone memory.
the phone has a flex cable that connects the bottom of the phone to the top. after repeated opening and closing the cable gets damaged. contact you local repait tech to change the cable or contact www.fixphonenow.com. they can do the repair for $40.
I have the same thing happening to me. Basically the screen sucks. I've had my phone just over a year so motorola no longer covers this phone under their warantee. What you can do is either contact your provider who may offer you an upgrade at a discounted cost or contact a local phone repair service. I got motorola's # from verizon at 1-800-331-6456 who does not have a repair service in my area. I could take 2 weeks and pay a $75 + dollar fee or just buy a new phone on ebay for less. Since it is only the screen the moto guy said you should be able to download the info to a computer and keep your contacts and photos, etc. Verizon might do this for you also.