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The buttons will not work and the phone dials its own numbers

The buttons on my phone will no longer work and it keeps dialing random numbers and the sounds on it are going off. I have tried taking the battery out and the SIM card, but when i turn it back on the problem is still there. I do not want to get a new phone without having all my contacts and all the information saved to the phone and not the SIM card. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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My phone did the same thig because it got wet during a rainy football game.
Sorry, they had to replace the phone. Call your provider and they will run you through a series of diagnostic checks. They may be able to fix it over the phone . (it never hurts to be optimisitic.)

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