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#138288 28-Dec-2013 18:47
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Over the last week My Galaxy S4 has been dropping out and says " no sim card detected insert card or reboot.
I reboot it and works fine for a short while then my phone says it cant find the card again.
I have the 4g card for a couple of months now.
I did get a new card from telecom thinking it was the card. but still get issues.
Has any one else come across this problem of their Samsung S4 doing this?

I got that extended warrenty on it with Noel Lemmings so its got a 3 years warrenty on it.

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PoHq
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  #958393 28-Dec-2013 18:56
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I had the same with my S3. Turned out to be a faulty SIM tray. Had to get it repaired under warranty. This may or may not be your issue. Just FYI.

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  #958394 28-Dec-2013 18:58
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you hope it's under warranty, send it in and hope they don't blame you for "water damage"




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  #958396 28-Dec-2013 19:00
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Yup. I had real issues getting a warranty repair done with Samsung. Got there in the end but boy was it a painful experience.



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  #958398 28-Dec-2013 19:08
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PoHq: Yup. I had real issues getting a warranty repair done with Samsung. Got there in the end but boy was it a painful experience.


If it was bought locally it shouldn't have been a problem..  It's the retailers problem not yours..




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  #958415 28-Dec-2013 20:12
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I bet they don't put up a sign saying come on in customers bring in all your gadgets with issues and we will take care of all your problems.

More like ... I pretend i have no idea what my obligation is ... By the way are you sure your didn't dunk it in the swimming pool or deop it from eiffel tower?




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  #958419 28-Dec-2013 20:23
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Just sounds like a faulty handset

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