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Lg vx9400 screen problems

My phone recently had water damage from the rain; not directly though. and inside the white sticker turned pink and the one on my phone was still white. i got a new battery and now it works but the screen wont turn on. sometimes it works but usually its a black screen but still backlit. i noticed that if u press the screen at this state the liquid inside moves around. the phone turns on and everything its just the the screen isnt working.

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Take it in and switch it that's the only solution I can think of. Water damage is so hard to repair. So yessssss. Sorry about the screen I'm having problems with my chocolate so i feel your pain. =/

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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