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    hi,

    after having problems with the 2g-phone stucking in headphone mode, i blew CO2 from our soda-club water frother into the hole.
    after that i had a quite blurry rectangle on the screen, that looked like something was blown behind the screen and is lying a little rotated behind it...like somthing metallic or magnetic...

    so i disassembled the phone till i could look between the screen and the midboard. after seeing nothing there i thought i coulīd open the screen unit no more, and closed the phone again.

    now i have the problem that only the vibrator works, but i get no more signal on the screen.

    i think i have to open it again

    do you think i damaged something irreversible, or that i forgot something to fix?

    thanks for any good idea

    psycho



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    opened it again as last time and made together...same thing.

    any idea what i can test. if i woulīd know that the screen is in any way broken, i woulīd buy a new one. but what, if itīs not the screen?

    thanks for any good idea

    psycho

 

 

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