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  Reply # 425183 8-Jan-2011 12:56 Send private message

t94xr:
blakamin: I've got a 2730 you can have for $40... still working! I'm on the same plan as your friend and I decided the phone is not for me.
Ah replacement parts for the dead one!

Yup... If the OP was bored he could replace the phone part-by-part until it worked!  Or just turn it on and use it as-is :D

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  Reply # 425260 8-Jan-2011 17:50 Send private message

t94xr:
blakamin: I've got a 2730 you can have for $40... still working! I'm on the same plan as your friend and I decided the phone is not for me.
Ah replacement parts for the dead one!

To make them true 'same-value' replacement parts.... you'd have to give them a quick rinse first..... Laughing

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  Reply # 425347 9-Jan-2011 00:02 Send private message

Dont even try to use the battery from it. I put a wallet with 2 batteries thru the wash, and when I went to use them later they puffed up and looked like they were about to blow, so went outside straight away.




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  Reply # 425404 9-Jan-2011 11:45 Send private message

blakamin: I've got a 2730 you can have for $40


I thank you for your offer but the dead one was only an extra phone. We didnt really need it.




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  Reply # 425405 9-Jan-2011 11:47 Send private message

No probs

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