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#7957 24-May-2006 16:38
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hey people just wondering dose anyone know where i can buy a nokia 6680 faceplates from i live in aucks

thanx for ya help :)

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#36499 24-May-2006 21:15
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There is no such thing this is not a cheap toy with pop on pop off face plates

Just some spelling tips (below)

Auckland, does, thanks

I'm surprised you can't spell the city you live in

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  #36518 25-May-2006 07:34
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holy crap i just asked a question and u have to get all personal geesh lamer

 
 
 
 


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#36519 25-May-2006 07:42
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i asked a simple question and yes my spelling is Terrible i left school to early lol but you could of just said yes or no lol

but hey thanks for saying it now i will check my spelling


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  #36528 25-May-2006 08:51
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It was a dig at the SMS language nothing personal to do with you

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  #36539 25-May-2006 10:13
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yer sorry for gettin so angry*

umm do you know where i can buy the nokia 6680 faceplates from? i member i got one off trademe but now they dont have anyone thats listing them


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#36540 25-May-2006 10:30
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The Nokia 6680 is a business phone and not designed to have face plates removed and new ones popped on.

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#36543 25-May-2006 11:02
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oh ok then well i changed my nokia 6680 from the normal silver to the dark black looks pretty cool

do you have a nokia 6680?

 
 
 
 


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  #36544 25-May-2006 11:06
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If you have the tools this is possible using a T6 screw driver (the average joe bloggs does not have one of these)

The handsets are not designed to have pop on and pop off face plates

Yes I have a nokia 6680

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  #36546 25-May-2006 11:37
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johnr: If you have the tools this is possible using a T6 screw driver (the average joe bloggs does not have one of these)

The handsets are not designed to have pop on and pop off face plates

Yes I have a nokia 6680

Bought my last lot of these screwdrivers from DSE for about $15







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  #36548 25-May-2006 12:04
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nah honestly u can take the face plates off the nokia 6680.

http://www.howardforums.com/archive/topic/756322-1.html

scroll down and look at the pictures bro

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#36549 25-May-2006 12:25
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johnr: There is no such thing this is not a cheap toy with pop on pop off face plates


Yea, but the 5110 was no cheap toy in its day, yet interchangeable faceplates were one of its most appealing features!

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#36555 25-May-2006 13:20
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tonyhughes you are not the average Joe bloggs so you don't count

Many people that hang around on GZ I would say have a T6 screw driver somewhere.

But the Nokia 6680 is not a handset designed to have the face plates just charged every other day

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