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My mobile phone samsung e370 got smacked of a wall when i was running and now has a cracked screen the phone does switch on but when it turns on the screen has black and white patches on it so i crnt see anything can you help?

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U need to change the display for that mobile,if u are in warrenty period u can rep;ace it without paying money,if u r out of warrenty period u should pay the cost for display and sevice too.

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