Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
First, check that the something is actually displayed :
Turn off the phone then put it on charge.
Check to see if the NOKIA logo appears even if the display is unlit. (try angling the display towards a sunlit window).
Having charged it, try to turn it on.. Do you detect the vibration the phone makes when starting up?
If nothing is displayed but you get that vibration I suspect that the display is somehow damaged and you'll need to look at replacement.
You local nokia centre should be able to provide you with a quote for the repairwork otherwise if you're confident opening it you might be able to replace the screen with one obtained from here for example:
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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