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E900 blank my e900 will turn on and give sound but the screen will stay blank, will the ribbon help?

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  • longa Jul 31, 2008

    my phone was fine this morning but when i looked at it later i saw that the screen was white and had a crack running halfway up it, plus it has a big black spot at the bottom of the crack.?i have no idea what to do? and my mum said this is the last phone i'll ever have. she doesn't no yet.please does someone no what to do

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The flexcable needs to be replaced

LONGA - replaced the lcd

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The flex of your phone is bad since it gives blank screen.

All you need to do is to change the flex of your phone and you will see that your phone screen will display.

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hello steve1969


see this link http://excelldirect.com/images/samsunge900gallery/myalbum.html

be carefull .

riz.

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