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Taken off the predictive text and taken the sim and battery out and restarted it, but its still not showing the words or numbers on the screen. Ive tried adding a contact, and the same thing happens then aswell.

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I would take the phone into your provider and see if there something going on with the keypad.

I believe the cover and the buttons can be removed. That way you can check the key contacts for obstructions.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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