I have a razr v3c and it got wet. The screen is visible, the numbers and text, but there is no backlight so it is extremely difficult to read. Almost impossible. I can only read it if I am holding it at the perfect angle towards light. The phone operates normally otherwise. Do I need a new screen, or is the backlight portion something different? Is this something I can repair on my own?
That happened to me too but i didnt get mine wet, it did the same as yours though
my dad took out the battery for a while and then put it back in and it was fine! :) goodluck!
only now it wont turn on! lol but it isnt from that.
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in the case of your phone, you have to replace the keypad membrane of your phone, if you cant find a spare keypad membrane, you have to replace the whole flex. you can buy a flex in motorolla service centers near your place.
u've got hardware failure , its the backlight capacitors and combiners...that are faulty ( repair needed).,,or your flex.( the connector between your board and lcd) ......replace the flex will solve your problem.or the lcd itself (replacing will solve the problem), those tree play the major part on your problem..gotta go to u'r nearest center to fix that.. but only one of them are faulty nt that all...