Question about Lands Phones
SOURCE: I have an Telus LG
Normally the extent of the problem will depend on the amount of water seepage. I don't know the details of this particular phone but in general it is the moisture trapped under the keypad that can cause the problem. If you can open the keypad and run a hair dryer on low heat across for a few minutes that might help. It is also possilble the battery is discharged because of the drain of current due to water causing internal short circuits. Take out the battery, dry off the phone with hair dryer and put the battery in. Connect the charger and hope for the best. By the way I am not a phone technician.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
SOURCE: hELP ME WITH MY PHONE
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assuming that your mobile is new then, the easiet way to fix your problem is to restore it to factory settings, please take note that if you have any pictures, videos or personal data on the handset then it will be removed if you dont back it up on your pc or other storage device, if you have restored your handset to factory settings and this keeps poping up then, it is also the network your on, meaning that the "180" could just simply be the voicemail number for that network, you see when you get a voicemail for your number the network notifies you of this by the service ringing you! or you having to ring it.
Hope this helps you
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
SOURCE: sony ericsson 380i Only a
i have a 380i i sent it to be checked the volume is too low and it came bacvk not working at all they said it had water damage no way on earth would i have done that
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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