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Will not turn on!

It does not even show the low battery screen; it just stays black, or it flashes on and off very quickly.

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  • suji_raj Oct 15, 2008

    i can't even turn it on

    wen i plug it to my computer it says there is a malfunction problem what do i do ?

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There may be some problem in the display supply...
please take it to the service center and get it replaced...
also see if the battery is in good working condition

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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