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Topic # 180856 23-Sep-2015 22:57
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Hi, I'm looking for a place to replace the sim card reader (SCR) for my gf phone. It's a LG Vu 2 (LG F200), I've bought some SCR replacement from ebay so just an easy job, take the out one out and put the new one in. I tried to do it myself but the SCR stick to the main quite hard, I'm afraid that it can damage the main if I pull out too hard. So if you guys know any place to replace it with a reasonable price, let me know.

 

Many thanks :)

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  Reply # 1393448 24-Sep-2015 12:48
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Not sure if these can help you but try them; they repaired my Sony Xperia Z1 in under 24 hours
http://www.fonebiz.co.nz/




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  Reply # 1394087 25-Sep-2015 08:01
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My tablet Z2 also repaired from them, seem they are the authorised repairer for Sony in NZ. That's why I think their price may not be cheap and I don't want to spend too much just for the sim card reader replacement. Anw, thank you, I'll come there and ask for the quote then

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1394133 25-Sep-2015 09:10
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My repair was only $99 so I think it depends what they need to do :)




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  Reply # 1394504 25-Sep-2015 17:27
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Yeah, will come over if they open this weekend then, thanks mate :)

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