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Topic # 6101 27-Dec-2005 12:59
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Please can anyone help.... my daughters samung n391, 2nd hand, came with no sound. When we try to change this it won't change and a message pops up saying Warning Silent Mode.
Any suggestions? Thank you.

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Reply # 25350 27-Dec-2005 13:58
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Press and hold # key - might do the trick.




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Reply # 25351 27-Dec-2005 14:31
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maybe handset is just faulty



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Reply # 25358 27-Dec-2005 18:27
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Handset seems fine. It was the # key. Thanks to all. Daughter happy!

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Reply # 25360 27-Dec-2005 18:40
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Cool - I have manual for N361 so assumed it was the same, I take it you dont have the manual (not being sarcastic, you said it was 2nd hand), can find it online here if you dont:

http://www.telecom.co.nz/content/0,3900,203418-201927,00.html

Cheers
Sam

ps - can someone quickly tell me how to add links to this forum - using firefox - cheers




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Reply # 25361 27-Dec-2005 18:56
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riahon: ps - can someone quickly tell me how to add links to this forum - using firefox - cheers
Just use standard <a> tags.





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