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Topic # 5508 3-Nov-2005 14:31
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Hey all you Nokia 6255 users out there - close your phone and at the top near the hinge is your phone starting to crack along the join????

Do you think that is a big design fault????

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Reply # 22584 3-Nov-2005 16:33
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r0bbie:.. is your phone starting to crack along the join????

This is sooo not what I expected after reading the topic...

I can't brain today. I have the dumb.

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Reply # 22589 3-Nov-2005 17:35
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This isn't what I expected either, but on-topic, My phone is doing this too. Several of my older clamshell phone have also one this. So far, it hasn't affected the usability of the phone though, so I am happy.

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Reply # 22591 3-Nov-2005 17:39
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lol sorry guys ive changed the title

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Reply # 22593 3-Nov-2005 18:00
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No such problems with mine. Is it cracking along a join?

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Reply # 22618 4-Nov-2005 08:47
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mine has not cracked, but if I look at the phone from the bottom of it the 2 sides of the "clam" no longer line up. This pretty much happened as soon as i got it and has steadily got worse, never had this prob with any other clamshell phones.

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