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Topic # 8834 1-Aug-2006 20:32
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Hello everyone, I  just came across this forum as i was searching on google for pocket pc repairs. Anyways i dropped
my imate jamin today and as a result of which a few dents have occured on the bottom edge of the phone. I have my doubts about this but will vodafone give me a replacement phone as i have 2 year warranty on the phone. Otherwise is there any place i could give my phone for repairs where they could change the frontside of the phone. Btw I live in auckland.

I would be grateful if someone could help me out here. Thanks in advance.

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Reply # 43085 1-Aug-2006 20:37
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Welcome to Geekzone... I doubt you'd get a replacement or repair for free on a drop. I think it only covers theft or loss. But you can ask.

If not, contact MFR (mobilefonerepair.co.nz), since they are the authorised agents in New Zealand.






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  Reply # 43087 1-Aug-2006 20:53
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One reason why I got an aluminium case for My Jasjar-it has saved its bacon on several occasions now.
I think you can get one of those ones for the Jamin??




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  Reply # 43089 1-Aug-2006 21:01
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Thanx for the replies guys. I ll try and ask vodafone if they can do anything about it otherwise I'll contact mobilephonerepairs.

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  Reply # 43099 1-Aug-2006 21:22
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I had a wee look at there website, there didnt appear to be any mention of Imate or HTC or Qtek.
But a call wont hurt




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Reply # 43107 1-Aug-2006 21:33
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You mean the MFR site? They are the service agents for i-mate in New Zealand...

And I think you had a broken mouse - we got a few copies of the same reply from you (I've deleted all but one).







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  Reply # 43110 1-Aug-2006 22:33
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A few more questions i had for you guys. Do you guys know of any such cases which have been repaired by the mobilefonerepair guys.What i mean to say is do u think they can replace the frontside of the phone as thats where the dents are. And if they can,
will it be covered under my warranty.

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Reply # 43111 1-Aug-2006 22:45
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They can certainly replace the front case, but if these are just dents and not impacting on normal operation, I wouldn't worry, since I don't think you can have this repaired under warranty.

I doubt they would do this under warranty, since this is not a manufacturing fault.







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  Reply # 43112 1-Aug-2006 22:49
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Thanx bro, you've been really helpful. One more thing I would like to ask is how much do you think something like this would
cost me.

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Reply # 43113 1-Aug-2006 22:54
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I don't really know, but I wouldn't expect to be as expensive as it would be if it was the screen or the motherboard.







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  Reply # 43151 2-Aug-2006 14:24
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Hey freitasm, I called mobilefonerepairs today and told them about the dents. They are saying it might cost me around 80-100 dollars to replace the front cover. Does the cost seem right to you. Just like to check with someone before i go ahead with the repair.

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