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  • cla941 Mar 14, 2009

    My phone will still send and receive calls but the screen remains blank. I can't read my text messages or anything on the screen. I just got this phone two weeks ago and dont want to call the company for another one again. Help?

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**** sake my screan wont turn on at first it started to be gay with me and not let me go on my playlist then i slided my phone up and the screan wont show basicly my screan is broke can you help me

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