I tried to cleanse the dust particles inside the screen by forcibly pulling off the panel. I was wrong. It shouldn't be done that way. So I glued it back. Accidentally a part of the glue seeped in and the 'button' of the 'Contacts' got pasted. Now I'm not able to use the 'Contacts' button. It eternally remains fixed to the panel.
So how can I bring it back to the original position?
The model is Singular Audiovox SMT5600.
Any help, please.
Thanks a lot.
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The trackball will move down and to the sides, just not up? Try blowing some compressed air into the gap around the trackball from all sides.
Sometimes the trackball gets sticky from food particles or dirt from your fingers. Wipe it clean with a dry lint-free cloth and see if that makes a difference.
If it still won't go up, there may be dust or dirt particles underneath the trackball. Get a thin strip of paper and try to work it in around the trackball to loosen any dirt or debris. Then blow the compressed air again to remove any dirt found.
There is something wrong with your motherboard. I will suggest to get a replace the battery with another one. And if ti still doesn't work, you need to sent it to be repaired. It is possibly that your keyboard or system is damaged (maybe there's dust or water inside).
HI, Just took T6 and took out the 4 screws and then carefully pulled off the front cover.Then Remove whole dust from it. But Be careful. Although the screen cover actualy comes off with ease using a little tool. Nokia have one called the SRT6 and is £8 from here:http://www.phatphones.com/nokia-srt6-phone-opening-tool.htm
ur touch panel is faulty u have to go to service centre , there are 3 things coupled together Lcd screen then touch panel and then front housing for protection of both , u might dropped it , if ur screen is working partially i mean if it responds to taps at some region of screen then it may be a dust inside the housing u have to clean it from inside if u can , otherwise if it completely not responding then it is faulty touch panel , it will cost u around 50 , 60 $
I would try to take off the phone covers and take off the screen. You will need a Torx T6 screwdriver or similar to do this. Once the screen is off, you can clean the contacts with one of those plastic pencil erasers. Put everything back together and see how it goes. You will need to be careful of the screen positioning.
I've done this with other Nokias (not had to with my 9300 yet) as I find the dust gets in and collects round the contacts...
If no joy, get a broken 9300 from an auction site or similar, one with a broken internal screen maybe, and have a go at swapping the screens.
This can have more than one cause. It could be the touch screen going bad, or as little as dust in between the outer outer and inner layers of the screen glass. This can be fixed by carefully removing the screen, removing the outher layer (touch screen) and with a very sensitive material and/or a can of dust remover, and removing the hair/dust particles that get in between. This takes time and you want to be careful not to break anything.
I work for a company called UsedHandhelds.com that sells and repairs these devices. We might have a decent screen.
Go to www.hpcfctor.com or www.hpcnec.com and post on their forum, they do have a section on how to do this, I believe.
hope you can get it fixed.
Solomon my email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to contact me.
Same happened to my 3 month old TX. I just recharged it, and all was OK! Sounds strange at first, but in my hometown, it is very humid, so maybe it got some moist inside and that caused some variations in the power or battery or voltage... dunno, maybe you need some cleaning, or try to calibrate while plugged.