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Topic # 8802 30-Jul-2006 20:10
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the camera on my Nokia 6255 wont work when I go into it it shows a blank grey screen the after about 5 secounds
it comes up with operation failed does anybody know how to fix this as I use to use the camera alot????

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  Reply # 42879 30-Jul-2006 20:50
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have you dropped it or exposed it to moisture lately?



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Reply # 42880 30-Jul-2006 20:57
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....yea I dropped it would this be the problem that is the only funtion that does not work

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  Reply # 42895 31-Jul-2006 09:26
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Dropping the phone has likely damaged something on the circuit board, or severed a fine electrical connection somewhere.
On a 6255, this is probably uneconomical to repair sorry (and you would probably incur cost to even get a quote).





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  Reply # 42917 31-Jul-2006 12:56
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Given the age of the phone and expense its not really worth getting it repaired. If the MP3 player and bluetooth aren't important to you then could consider getting a 6155.


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