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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 3654 14-Mar-2005 15:09
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Ok, so here's the scenario,

One day I was using my WAP (doubt it has anything to do with that) and all of a sudden my screen starts flickering. There was nothing I did that could have caused this to happen. This happened about 3 weeks ago, it has been getting worse and worse from the screen not working unless I pressed on the top right corner of the screen, until today when the screen decided to completly go.

On the bottom right hand side of my screen there is a decent size crack (not the actual screen itself, but on the part where the screen section connects to the actual phone section) which has appeared out of nowhere, it is probably from me pushing back on the screen, which wasn't that hard, but obviously enough to crack it. Becuase of this I really doubt I will be able to get it repaired under warrenty.

Sounds to me like a connection problem? Just wondering what you guys think the problem could be and an estimate on how much it might cost to get this fixed.

Thanks ^_^

P.s The reason I let this go on for so long is becuase I wasn't too worried becuase I was going to upgrade my phone anyways, but certain things happened and now I can't :(

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 13714 20-Mar-2005 16:07
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You're looking at about $200

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  Reply # 13733 21-Mar-2005 22:42
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$200 is pretty close. Strictly speaking $188+GST from memory.

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