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Screen phone i dropped my razor on the ground and now there's a lighter side on the top on the big screen and then the rest of it is normal. how do fix it?

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  • oly2 Apr 21, 2008

    You know how when your phone gets water damages, and the screen changes colors. Well that is what happened to me, except my phone didn't get wet.

  • egiron316 Mar 24, 2009

    I dropped my phone on the ground and now it won't turn on right

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2009

    i dropped my razor on the ground and now there's a lighter side on the top on the big screen and then the rest of it is normal. how do fix it?

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You need to replace the lcd

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