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Get your Smartphone 8525 repaired by a repair service. Replacing the LCD screen or getting it repaired will fix the problem. Two online cellphone repair services that can replace the LCD screen are DrCellPhone and CellularDR. Go to an online repair service website, purchase a repair service and mail your cellphone to the address that they provide. They will repair it and return it to you.
9 times out of 10, this means that the rigid flex cable has gone bad - this is the cable that goes from the thicker part of the case (the part the battery is in) to the thinner part, which houses the LCD. If you're handy, you can purchase tools kits and replcaement cables on Ebay...but if you're not, there are also SERVICES on ebay which will do this for a fee.
I have a small solution to what all of you are having with the black screen. I had the same problem so, what you want to do is keep pressing the power button. You do not turn the phone off, you will just put it in standby mode and then back on. If you keep doing that the screen will turn back on but you can not let the back light go out.
Have you dropped your phone a lot? some times that can smash the LED screen on your phone which will create the blog you are speaking of. I've seen that in a few phones, two were family members of mine. There was not really any way around it. If you have the replacement plan from your provider you'd be able to pay a small fee to fix it otherwise they will replace it if they cant fix it--depending on the plan and provider of course.
Also, make sure to recycle your phone to prevent lead/mercury from contaminating the land fills. There are various places you can do that even at your phone provider in case you need to get a new phone.