My phone has recently had tea spilt on it by my son. After wiping the phone off straight away I took the sim and battery out of the phone to let it dry out. It now works fine except for the screen doesn't light up at all any more and the flash on the camera no longer works. Please can you tell me if this is economically repairable?
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i have some tips on how to install sim card on your cellphone:
Install SIM card 1. Make sure that the cover of the connector panel is closed. 2. Slide the phone open. 3. Open the SIM card compartment (1) on the back of the slide 4. Slide the metal SIM card holder towards the compartment lid to release it (2). 5. Open the SIM card holder. 6. Insert the SIM card in the holder as shown (cut corner at the upper right).
7. Close the SIM card holder, and press it down slightly. 8. To lock the SIM card holder, slide it away from the compartment lid (1). 9. Close the SIM card compartment (2).
I had the same problem with my girlfriends 6111. I managed to fix the phone, but i did have to open it up myself and get a new ribbon cable to replace the damanged one. Basically one of the springs had been pushed the wrong way and this was acting like a scissor action on the ribbon cable for the screen. It cuts part of the cable so no image can be seen but power is still sent, thats why it only powers up white. Doing this yourself will void the warrenty but the warrenty on this phone had expired and i was being quoted £35-£40 to get it fixed. I managed to do it for a fraction of the cost!!!