Question about AT&T Cell Phones
Intense heat will damage or destroy the Battery. Also, heat will damage or destroy the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) by melting the crystal.
Try the phone with battery charger connected. With Charger connected and powering the phone, try to turn on. The Back light is usually driven by LED s which are robust and can sustain the Dryer heat.
If the phone back light comes on, the the phone electronics is probably OK and will still work as a phone.
The Battery can be replaced, but there is no easy way to replace a bad display.
So, Power with Charger, look for light, try dialing without display.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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