Question about Nokia 7610 Handheld
That usually means 2 things. Either your phone has a problem with the display - motherboard connector or your phone operating system in damaged. However in the second case the phone most probably should have shown the "nokia" logo wich isn't the case here from what you say. If you have the possibility, use a T5 - T6 screwdriver to dissasemble the phone, clean the motherboard if you find it to be dirty and check the connector between the display and motherboard.
A third possibility implies that other components could be also damaged but in this case there is nothing you can do except that trip to the service center.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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