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Topic # 3769 31-Mar-2005 23:11
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Hello. My mate put me onto this forum for help, hopefully someone in here can help me out.
I am purchasing a TX115c, and I was wondering if someone could awnser the following questions:

1. How many TXT messages can the TX115c store?
2. Are their any major issues that seem to be universal in this phone? (I have heard about the beeps, they are fading signals and a few screens have been a bit "wonky"). Impart from that, is everything okay?

Thank you for you're time folks

~Twiggster

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  Reply # 13897 1-Apr-2005 09:56
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A friend here at work has had one of these for 2 months and the ringer has stopped working.




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  Reply # 13900 1-Apr-2005 12:02
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The Sanyo 8100 is better. External colour screen and louder ringtones, and also feels more robust, especially the hinge. Or you could just wait for the NEW Sanyo 8200 and get push 2 talk.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 13904 1-Apr-2005 13:33
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The ringer on mine stopped working too. I thought that it might have been impact damage as a result of my dropping it when it was new, but perhaps this is a known issue with this handset?

Either way, I've decided to invest in a new Sanyo 8200 rather than have to survive for a week or more without a phone while this thing gets fixed. There seem to be a lot of good things being said about Sanyo handsets at the moment.

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