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Razr V3 i just replace my flex cable and reassembled the phone and i followed step by step directions and my phone doesnt come on just gets really hot.

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I think the cable/flex is not compatible with your phone..

razor v3 flex is different from the flex cable of v3i..

wich one is yours?

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The phone works, recieves and makes calls but both screens are dead???? verizon motorola razr v3


How about the buttons next to the screen? If you do not hear anything when you press those buttons, it is going to be the flex cable. The flex cable connects the phone between the hinge. It connects the 2 displays (it's really one display part with both screens, it has a screen on the front and back).

Basically you have the most common problem with the RAZR, the screen part connects to the bottom via the flex cable and is partially damaged or has ben severed. Not terribly hard to fix but you would need someone who can take it apart and who can get the part as well.

Oct 23, 2009 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Uhm wel this mine is not a problem... i just wanna say that motorola v3 really sucks... even that you have a mpt or mobile phone tools installed it doesnt work!!! damn it even slight impact would cause the...


hello.

well as a good advice from a phone expert:
Do not choose the phones with slide or flip cuz the flex cable get damaged after a while of using it.
Thnx.

Apr 26, 2009 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Razr v3 flex cable connected but screen is still black


You can buy a new phone.....but I had the same exact problem with my motorola v3 phone. Every now and then both screens would work for a while and then turn completely black or sometimes white. Most of the time black. The keypads would light, I could make and receive phone calls, but I couldn't see anything on either screen. I moved all my contacts to the sim card and I got a new phone thru an upgrade with my company. But I was still determined to get the V3 to work again! I brought the phone to a few cell phone repairs shops and I was told that the connectors from the flex cable inside the phone sometimes get loose. Make sure they are tightly plugged in. If that doesn't help then the flex cable needs to be replaced. Some of these repair shops wanted up to $65.00 to replace the flex cable! I could replace the phone for much less than $65.00! So I decided to go to ebay and type in Motorola V3 Flex cable......hundreds of places came up that sell this flex cable. I found a place in my area and ordered one. It cost me $5.00 and I got it within 2 days! I looked online on how to install the flex cable and everything from how to disassemble the phone to installing the new flex cable and reassembling the phone was right there! I followed the instructions and I installed the new flex cable and the phone is as good as new!!! Both screens are working and I didn't loose any pictures or contacts from the phone!
All it cost me was $5.00 and about an hour of time! It even came with free shipping! Go to google and type in Motorola v3 black screen and look thru the solutions. Some of them will explain how to disassembe the phone and replace the flex cable with detailed pictures! You can buy the torque screw drivers at Home Depot or on ebay! Good Luck!

Jul 15, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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RAZR


You need to replace the flexcable on the phone.

Jun 25, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Dead screen


To replace that cable you have to disassemble the entire phone including the keyboard, screens and the lower part, then buy a new flex cable (this includes the keyboard, keyboard backlight, backlight driver, cover sensor, screen cable and connectors. all of this is part of one flex cable) and replace it.
You have a 70% chance of breaking the new cable even before getting the phone reassembled.

Apr 30, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Key Pad Doesnt Light up


you need to have the flex cable replaced

Jan 05, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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HOW TO INSTALL THE OEM Motorola RAZR V3 Keypad LCD Flex Cable


1), remove the bottom part (completelly)
a) do you know how to open the bottom part?


2) remove the cover on the top part
a) disconnect the keypad LCD Flex Cable

3) remove the two chrome "big screws" that allows it to open and close

4) CAREFULL!!!! WHEN YOU READY TO SEPARATE THE TOP PART FORM THE BOTTOM!!
a) make sure the Flex cable is loose, and take a screw driver, push the ping on the other side (try to do this at the edge of a desk or table) keep pressure until this side pops out. KEEP IN EYE ON THE OTHER SIDE!! that the Flex cable does not get cut out by separating the two sides.

5) Replace and pop the two sides together.

6) Put everything back together.


Good luck!
let me know if I need to be more specific

Dec 07, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Screen not working


On a RAZR, there is a problem in the joint or hinge where the phone opens, and the flex cable that connects the two often comes loose. This can usually be fixed short term by pushing the halves of the phone together firmly, and then opening and closing the phone. Do this while the battery is out.

For a long term fix (or if that doesn't work), you have to take the phone apart. It would be best to take it to a repair shop for this.

Dec 06, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Keypad frozen, still receives calls


Hi, You don't need 2 flash your razr for this problem. What u need is a screen flex cable. The three buttons around the screen are controlled by a flex cable and the voice recorder is connected on this flex cable.This needs replacing but it's very tricky to deal with. I suggest a really good tech that deals with razr's to handle this problem to possibly replace the flex cable. This would solve yor frozen keypad problem. SAM !

Jun 19, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Flex cable


It's fairly simple to replace a flex cable if that's the culprit. This is a flex cable: http://cnn.cn/shop/motorola-razr-keyboard-flex-cable-p-300.html It's got adhesive on it so if you plan on repairing yours, you need to peal your old one off. That's really no big deal, the thing you REALLY need to worry about is damaging your keypad when removing it from your housing. You might want to order a new one just incase for that very reason. Be aware that unlike the V3c's flex cable which is a separate cable that connects to the main board to go up to the upper part of the phone, the V3's keyboard flex has its cable attached, which means you must open the top portion of your phone as well. Opening the bottom part of the phone is simple. Opening the top part is where things get slightly tricky, if you're not careful you could really damage your phone.

May 14, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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