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Samsung A670 I was trying to change the faceplate on my Samsung A670. I turned the phone off. Then I unscrewed the two screws and proceeded to pop off the face plate. Well my first problem is that it would pop off?????????? So I quit and went to turn my phone back on and only the numbers are lit up. The screen has nothing and I can't hear anyone when I call them. HELP!!

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It sounds like you pulled out the flex ribbon cable that is between the joint of the phone. It might have even gotten torn. You might try opening it again and looking for it as well as any other cables/ribbons that might have come loose.

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