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Try removing the battery for a few seconds then restart the phone. Other than that, it could be a defective switch on the phone that detects when it's closed. If it answers / hangsup when the opened or closed... the switch is good.
in the top right corner you are suppose to have a little circular magnet that changes the screen when the phone is open or closed. I just changed my housing yesterday and took the magnet out and put it in my new housing but for some reason i have the same problem as you. so maybe you lost the magnet when you replaced the lcd and if that is the case then you are screwed. try have Motorola fix it, don't tell them you replaced the lcd
There's a small magnet in the flip that tells the phone that the flip is closed. the sensor in the body of the phone is still thinking that the magnet is near it, so it thinks the phone is closed. if you don't have any magnets near it (a phone holder with magnet closers, cover, etc) then it'll need to be repaired.
I hope this anser helps you:
First, Press the center select key to open the menu, then scroll to SETTINGS & TOOLS
and then go to Display Settings, and press the center select key to select it, nou you should go to "Clock Format" and press the menu key.
Scroll to Front Clock (for the external display) and press the center select key
most flip phones, or flip anythings use magnets and sensors to detect if they're closed or not.
Let's do a little experiment. Take a magnet. Now, run that magnet just above and right of the opened RAZR keypad. If your phone acts like it's been closed, then there's nothing wrong with the sensor. That's a GOOD thing. All that needs replacing is the magnet in the top part of the phone. It's located the bottom right of an open phone below the screen, right beside the camera on the inside. Replacing it is as simple as going to http://www.cnn.cn and ordering a new one. (you'll need a T7 driver to open the top part of the housing)
If it doesn't shut off then the sensor itself is shot. As far as I know, there's no where on the net to get a replacement component for it.