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Screen light defect?

My E330 does not start up. This happened all of a sudden when I was installing a software upgrade. The battery indicator light works and battery is charging. However, I cannot switch the PDA on by pressing the on/off button. Does this mean that my screen light is broken? These last few weeks, I had some trouble with the screen already. Sometimes when I switched of the E330, the light went off (or dimmed) but there was still info to see on the screen...

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Re: Screen light defect?

I had a similar problem after removing battery on my e800. After battery full charging and after PDA resetting everything was OK again.

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