Question about Motorola Cell Phones
I have the i856w, with the same problem. It is a manufacturer defect. From sliding the screen up and down, the ribbon cable for the screen has a bald spot on it from rubbing against the frame of the phone, where it passes thru to connect to the main circuit board. A new ribbon cable would fix the problem and get your screen working again, however, the sharp edge of the fram would only rub away the new cable and you would be back in the same boat again with a blank screen. Maybe if you wrapped a small piece of electrical tape over the edge of the frame it would help with extending the life of the ribbon cable. Hope this answer reached you in time and helped you with possibly saving your phone, if you still have it that is.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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