Question about Sanyo MM-8300
I've had this phone for less than a year and it had been doing just fine until maybe a couple of months ago when it just froze up for no reason. I haven't got it wet or anything. While frozen the phone rings and the keys light up but I can't answer unless I have my headset in and it's on auto answer. The only key that works is the one on the side wich is useless to me. Anyway the problem started a couple of months ago and after the battery ran out it started working again. Just recently it started back to doing the same thing except it acts like it's crazey it randomly vibrates and different screens pop up the only way to stop it is to take the battey out. Please help this is the only phone I have.
I'd suggest removing the battery and putting both the phone and the battery in the fridge over-night. If it works the next morning, this might suggest a thermal-fault in the memory and I'd advise keeping it in the fridge when you're not using it. Otherwise, you could seek help at your local phone store or you could send a email to sanyo asking for help and alerting them to a possible flaw in the phone.
Hope this helps, TechnoWolfy.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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