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# 34861 30-May-2009 18:06
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Ive successfully dropped my 2g iphone that i got a couple of years ago from parallel imported and now it wont charge so i need to get it sorted -

whos the best in Auckland to go to ?

whos had really good experiences - or bad ... sorta thing

and is it worthwhile getting the battery changed while they are opening it up - if it can be fixed ?


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  # 219910 30-May-2009 18:38
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Do whatever you want to do man.

  



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  # 219914 30-May-2009 18:45
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heya
that was quick
as above dropped and doesnt charge up - initally was distorted on speaker also but that sorted itself out before it ran out of juice.
what sort of costs and timeframes to check it out ?

cheers
dave

 
 
 
 


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  # 219917 30-May-2009 18:50
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$53 just to check it out and quote you the repair cost. After that if you wish to go ahead then the cost of repair would depend on the quote they give you. Prob between $100-$150




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  # 221301 3-Jun-2009 13:39
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well after heading out to moibile phone repairs in carbine road i was told they couldnt do anything.. as it was parallel imported phone

any other suggestions??

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  # 221304 3-Jun-2009 13:44
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Ask Parallel Imported who fixes their phones for them?



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  # 221518 4-Jun-2009 09:46
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thanks will do

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