Here's the thing, LG has made a big flaw in the design of this phone. These are the 2 most common problems 1. the display (which all of you already know). 2. The charging port.
Unfortunately there is no home remedy for these problems so you would have to take it back to where you bought it and hopefully get a replacement. If you can get another model (pay dif. in price) then do so. If you are infactuated with the design , then get the Chocolate II (vx-8550). But I recommend Samsung phones. I was a LG die hard fan until....
I'm on my fourth, (yes, FOURTH) phone. Verizon is actually very good about just replacing the phone for free, since this problem is obviously a manufacturer defect. All I have to do is send back the body. No more though. My only suggestion is to use an older phone until you can upgrade. VX8500, while a nice phone to look at, is completely flawed and unreliable.
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Either you accidentally dropped and spoilt your phone or water had managed to seep through. Try opening and get your phone screen out to wipe it clean (if you dare). Sometimes the connection can be bad from your phone to your screen if it's wet or dusty inside.
a few things to take into account, have you dropped it? has it ever been exposed to liquid? of no on both try to take the battery out hold the power button for a few seconds put the battery back in and turn the phone back on if it turns on just a software issue. If not or you said yes to the first 2 questions its possible there is damage to the phone, there is a flex strip that connects the phone to the screen if it gets wet it corrodes and if u drop the phone sometimes it comes unpluged. the flex strip coming unpluged is the most common issue with this phone generaly from over extention of the hinge. "opened it up to far"
i had the same issue when my phone got slightly wet. try taking everything apart (sim card, battery, back). let them dry out for a little bit then after like a day or two put the phone back together. turn it on it will be a white screen for a little bit but give it like 2 or 3 mins and if should come back. I did this for my phone cuz i really needed the pictures off it and it worked! hopefully if will work for you too. GOOD LUCK!
this happens either when u r razr was dropped or have gotten wet...If it fell u need to remove the four screws on the screen and pry the cover off with a possibly thin knife.The flex cable is located at the top left hand side of the screen. you need to take this off and reseat it again.try powering on the phone before u close it back again to ensure that it works.If this doesn't work either your screen or flex cable is gone, then u need to check a phone repair shop.you need either a t6 or a t4 screw driver set to remove the four screws located under the the 4 rubber fillers on the inner screen.
If your phone is less then a year old bring it to a store that is owned by Verizon. You could also call 1-800-256-4646, then ask for the FRU (Factory Replacement Unit) department. They will get you a replacement phone.