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Topic # 5630 12-Nov-2005 23:56
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I usually turn my phone off before I go into work. Today I did the same instead today when I tried to turn it back on it wouldn't go pass the telecom screen at all. All it does when I turn it on is get stuck at the telecom screen. Anyway I can fix the problem? I tryed ringing telecom fat load of help they were the lady told me to remove the battery for 5 mins and it'll work again. If anyway out there has any help it'll be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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Reply # 23133 13-Nov-2005 20:13
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Yea tried removing the battery like 20 times now still the same things happens.


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Reply # 23134 13-Nov-2005 20:34
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Time to get the handset to the service agent to get it looked at.

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