The phone was in the water, i managed to fix it but the Lcd on the phone is blank.
If i remove the Lcd from the phone and put it in another phone it works.
i understand that i need to replace a crystal
i don't know where the crystal is on the board
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Wet Cell Phone Immediately remove the phone from the water, turn off the cell phone, remove the battery and SIM card. To dry out the cell phone put it in a large plastic bag with silica gel drying crystals then put it in a warm sunny place for several days or in front of a warm fan heater for several hours. Reassemble the phone and hope it will work properly again, but if does not work then it is faulty and you need a new cell phone.
Its a matter of losing the display,eventually you can hear any sounds or access receiving calls and messages. It can be fix by unscrewing the screws located at the back panel,sometimes when the phone accidentally dropped on the ground,lcd flex connector dislocate from the lcd terminal in the main board.put it back and check if its working,if not,service center will be the next option to fix the problem,it might need a new lcd replacement.
I managed to fix mine! It takes some doing and is probably not for the faint hearted. You have to disassemble the Ocean from the battery side, removing the qwerty keyboard, to gain access to the slider assembly.
Disassemble the slider (pay attention to the spring!) and clean all contacts and make sure all of the flex cables are seated completely. Mine was working OK the qwerty way, but was blank and/or garbled the long way. Now it works great!
remove the LCD display cover, you will see a little silver (small tiny magnetic) looks like a watch battery. take it out, and put it back in again, and remove the LCD display plug, and put it back in again. Should work, make sure remove the battery first.
There is something you can try. Using a Torx 6 driver, remove the two screws located beneath the battery. Gently pry the plastic cover loose. There will be a flex cable connecting it to the other portion of the phone. Gently disconnect it. Using 99.5% isopropyl alcohol and a soft bristled brush clean the connectors on both the cable and the circuit board. Reseat the connector and reassemble the phone. If this does not work the flex cable or LCD may need to be replaced.