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Re: blackberry screen- cracked!
It looks like you need a new LCD screen which in theory you can replace yourself. Here's a guide on how to disassemble a blackberry. Maybe a tech savy friend can do it for you. If you want to have somebody else do it for you there are third partyBlackberry Repair Services.
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You can purchase a screen repair kit from Ebay or Amazon for that phone. Replacing it is kinda scary if you have never done it before but trust me it is no big deal. You simply use small screw driver to pry up the broken screen and gently remove the old broken one. Use the kit to replace it. Good Luck!
mos likely it is a cracked screen....even a minor crack not visible will cause it not to work........if the screen is fine then it might be loose ribbon connection or bad microprocessor or the phone is frozen/locked due to nmo more memory.....try to reset the phone.....to manufactures reset condition......if all else fails.....have the screen checked for cracked glass.....these screens have a liquid in between 2 pieces of glass and a grid template which act as a capacitor so that it responds to you touching certain co-ordinates on the screen....any cracks at all will render it useless and must be replaced, their is no way to fix the screen if it is cracked....good luck
It depends on your carrier. Dropping it too many times can crack the boards. It is better to have the plastic or rubber covers to put on them which are cheap. And most likely they are right about you sending it off because they do not want to be responsible for it now.
You don't have to drop your phone to crack / break the screen. This problem is almost certainly caused by a crack screen. This can be easily repaired by taking your phone to the local repair shop and getting the LCD replaced.
Depending on where you live and who you know you can get this done for $50 - $100 in North America.