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Master Geek

# 85072 13-Jun-2011 12:30
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Hi all

Just a query regarding fixing of phones - is it a financially viable option (or indeed is it 'do-able' at all) to replace a screen on a w995a that is cracked?

cheers and thanks for any advice or opinions.


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  # 480615 13-Jun-2011 13:28
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Take it into Kool Zone in Riccarton Mall, they will do a free quote and from there you can decide if you would like it fixed.

Dad paid $89 to get his fixed.

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  # 480676 13-Jun-2011 16:24
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cheers for that!

what was wrong with your Dad's one and was it a w995a too?

thanks again


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  # 480735 13-Jun-2011 20:47
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It was a Sony Ericsson but a different type, can't remember off the top of my head. Cracked LCD with his though.

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