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  Reply # 143143 5-Jul-2008 06:59
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I dropped my 6121 from shoulder-height onto a concrete floor. It bounced. Picked it up. Prayed. Not a scratch Laughing !

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  Reply # 143295 5-Jul-2008 23:05
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Mwahaha...

I dropped my spare $50 Motorola phone down the toilet, and through the washing machine... Still works fine.

I also had a Nokia that I accidentally drop-kicked into a door.



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  Reply # 144239 8-Jul-2008 08:21
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Easy there Jeff, I was being overly hopeful, but you never know until you ask. I guess the newness of the phone and temporary insanity bought on by grief might have got the better of my judgement, but as they say, you don't ask, you don't get. It was also a chance to ask about repair places and possible costs, as I know the forum's full of knowledgeable types. No need for mocking.

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