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Topic # 14206 21-Jun-2007 08:56
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i dropped my sanyo 8300 the other day and the bloody screen broke.
it still lights up and beeps and all that when you plug the charger in but you just cannot see anything!

both the outside and inside lsd screens light up white and the inside screen has a big black crack mark thing.

does anyone know how much it is to replace the screens? or does anyone have a 8300 that is water damaged or whatever but the screen is still fine, that i could perhaps buy off you...??



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Reply # 75481 21-Jun-2007 10:02
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$175 for a new LCD through a Telecom store, just ensure the phone is not liquid damged.

It might be worth upgrading the phone as this model is getting a bit old.

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  Reply # 75583 21-Jun-2007 21:32
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try trademe you could be lucky (2 bucks +/-) otherwise buy a new phone, not worth it. phones age even faster than computers nowadays!




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