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Front screen went blank

I dropped my phone, barely even made a noise but when i opened it and closed it i realized that the front screen was blank, the light still works..but there is no time andi cant see who is calling. any help?

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  • kigster Feb 12, 2008

    I purchased the Motorolla V265 cellphone and within the first month of owning it, the LCD time display on the front cover went dead and information on the inside screen went too. I still have picture but cannot see regular display info and incoming call information.

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Dear. most chances are that that the flate of ur phone is bad connect be cause of dropping. just open it and reattach the cable will ok. cable is from board to lcd and it may be bad connect on any side lcd or board first check it from board side if no t ok then from lcd side even no ok change a new cable.

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