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How to replace the LCD screen for motorola Razr V3

My RazrV3 is working when you turn it on .You can hear a sound when you press any buttons but the screen is dark.The motorola logo does not show.Do I have to replace the lcd screen.How do I replace the lcd screen
myself.Please show me how step by step.Thank you so much for the help.

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  • Slim him Apr 10, 2009

    My Motorola screens do not work when I turn the phone on PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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First it should work when you turn it on.you should always hear a sound then you press a button.if it is dark screening it is your flex cable that need to be replace.Take it to a repair store

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