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How to use cell phone key pad

Not sure how to switch back and forth between keys to write text messages. backspace, numbers,space, etc

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You can follow the instructions in user manual..

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I used a very small eyeglasses-repair flat-bladed screw-driver that was the same width as one side of the tri-angle screw head to remove the screws on half of a sanyo scp-8300 phone that I found on the road. I do advise caution when releasing the hidden plastic clips around the edge of the phone where the seam between top and bottom is. Once open, you will find a ribbon-cable that leads to the top half of the phone, a rubber pad that has all the keys on it, and the phone's circuit-board, where there is a white plastic sheet overlaying the actual physical buttons mounted on the circuit-board. My advice would be to gently clean the rubber key-pad with warm water and dish-soap. Also, check for sticky gunk around the edges of the key-holes in the plastic case of the phone, if you find some- carefully wash it off with a wet tissue or a cotton swab, use rubbing alchohol if it won't clean off. But, be aware that some plastic can melt or turn gooey when cleaned with alchohol, or it might just remove the color from it. Hope this helps, TechnoWolfy.

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A soft-reset will sometimes fix minor issues like your having. Take the battery out of the back of the phone and wait 30 seconds before replacing battery. If this does not solve your issue than
more than likely your CE0168 is experiencing hardware issues. This is a good opportunity if you have insurance or you are within your manufacturer's warranty to have this device diagnosed.

My best recommendation would be to check with your nearest carrier for a service/repair store to check out your best options.

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May be the phone is 'locked'. Check for a locked sign (probably a padlock sign) in the top edge of the screen.

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