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Razr inner screen fading, flickering

The inner screen is fading. When I press any button the color returns to normal but the bottom horizontal has white lines flowing through it, every other line is white/black/etc. The front screen (smaller one) is fine. This started about three weeks ago and varies to some degree in intensity.

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