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Topic # 111097 23-Oct-2012 23:38 Send private message

The microUSB port on my Samsung Galaxy Note has failed (is this an easy fix?)

It's under warranty, but I don't really want to send it back to the online retailer for evaluation and repair, and am instead looking for a reputable repairer in Wellington city (and hoping for a reasonable bill)

Any recommendations?

Thanks in advance!

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  Reply # 705426 23-Oct-2012 23:43 Send private message

Jub: The microUSB port on my Samsung Galaxy Note has failed (is this an easy fix?)

It's under warranty, but I don't really want to send it back to the online retailer for evaluation and repair, and am instead looking for a reputable repairer in Wellington city (and hoping for a reasonable bill)

Any recommendations?

Thanks in advance!


If it is under warranty then that isthe best thing to do. Otherwise you could be talking about a lot of money. Best to contact samsung for one of their agents

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