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Topic # 8728 25-Jul-2006 21:17
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I have had my phone since new for 6months...  Always had this problem.   Really hurts the feel of using it.

I have found blown it out with compressed air cleans it the best  (but get dust under screen)

Mine has come to an end and i hope to get one quickly as Vodafone has just given me lots of free stuff!!

Is there anyone in New Zealand that may stock this Joystick?

The cellphone screw driver i have is not small enough ...  Anyone stock the smaller one?  :-)

Thank you.

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  Reply # 42490 26-Jul-2006 08:51
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What repair agent options do i have?  I've delt' with moblie repair shop before but really dont want to go back.

My phone is O2 Branded.

Edit : Is the screwdriver i need a T4 or T8 ...  Its smaller than the T6 i have

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Reply # 42492 26-Jul-2006 08:53
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The only repair agent in New Zealand would be MFR, for i-mate. Just because the O2 uses the same manufacturer, it could be that they fix things - but at their discretion.


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  Reply # 43170 2-Aug-2006 18:53
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Just to let others know if they have the same problem.

It seems i should have been looking for a "O2 Xphone II KEYPAD RIBBON"

Ebay US has one.

T5 Screw driver.

Im waiting for mine thats coming from Hong Kong.....  $15USD  +  Postage     I just cant imagine it any cheaper.  Love it when that happens!!

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