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From your description I assume your screen is totally gone.
When batteries expand, they very often lift up the screen, pushing it out of its plastic frame, and in many cases damaging the screen assembly until a point of no return.
-I suggest that you get your hands ona screen that you know is 100% functional, and try your phone out with that new screen. If it works fine, then your screen is damaged and needs to be swapped out, what I strongly suspect is the case.
+I suggest that you get your hands on a screen that you know is 100% functional, and try your phone out with that new screen. If it works fine, then your screen is damaged and needs to be swapped out, what I strongly suspect is the case.

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编辑: Thingalong ,

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From your description I assume your screen is totally gone.
-When batteries expand, they very often lift up the screen, piushing it out of its plastic frame, and in many cases damaging the screen assembly until a point of no return.
+When batteries expand, they very often lift up the screen, pushing it out of its plastic frame, and in many cases damaging the screen assembly until a point of no return.
I suggest that you get your hands ona screen that you know is 100% functional, and try your phone out with that new screen. If it works fine, then your screen is damaged and needs to be swapped out, what I strongly suspect is the case.

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原帖由: Thingalong ,

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From your description I assume your screen is totally gone.

When batteries expand, they very often lift up the screen, piushing it out of its plastic frame, and in many cases damaging the screen assembly until a point of no return.

I suggest that you get your hands ona  screen that you know is 100% functional, and try your phone out with that new screen. If it works fine, then your screen is damaged and needs to be swapped out, what I strongly suspect is the case.

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