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Im sorry to hear that there is no other way around it like what i said warranty can only be covered if it is a factory defect or by any chance the part was damaged by itself. im afraid you might need to send it to a repair shop, if you can i can show you how to do it by yourself but you need to buy the LCD
take it easy
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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