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# 61704 21-May-2010 15:49
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I'm looking for a Nokia charge port for my Nokia E71, anyone know of someone local who could supply?

Mobilefonerepair.com put me onto Nokia, and Nokia Care won't supply me a spare unless I pay them to look at my phone - pointless when all I need is that spare part.  Nokia Care have been completely useless in my dealings with them to date.

Also most of the overseas suppliers won't send to NZ.

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  # 333026 21-May-2010 16:25
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Nokia Care will only sell you user replaceable parts (battery covers, changeable front covers)

Have you tried www.cnn.cn



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# 333059 21-May-2010 17:03
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BrentR: Nokia Care will only sell you user replaceable parts (battery covers, changeable front covers)

Have you tried www.cnn.cn


Legend! I've ordered the part, hopefully it turns up soon.

Many thanks, if you're ever at one of the pizza evenings I owe you a beer!

 
 
 
 


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No problem. :)



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  # 335880 28-May-2010 17:56
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My story has a happy ending - new port arrived today, put my phone back together after a good clean and she's as good as new.

Highly recommend www.cnn.cn as a supplier, and thanks again to Brent for his recommendation.

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