Question about Motorola Mobility W375 Cellular Phone
A few weeks ago I accidentally broke the LCD on my W375 Motorola
cellphone. I immediately ordered a replacement for it and received it a
few days ago. I fixed it, or so I thought. I turned on my phone and the
screen displayed nothing on it. I can still make and receive calls, but
I can't read any text and I don't know how many minutes are left on my
phone. I'm guessing about 300.
I don't understand why my new LCD isn't working properly. I remember seeing it flicker on before, but it was only once when it worked on its own. I have to press against the back of the screen to see anything. Think of it like constantly holding a tv antenna to get reception. The times I have seen the screen, it displays nothing but white. Is there something else wrong with my phone besides the LCD? Do I have to buy another LCD, or another phone? I'm beginning to consider it since my classes start in two weeks and I need some form of communication.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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