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Letters and numbers worn off keyboard

My husband does not use his cell phone excessively and rarely sends text messages, but the letters and numbers have worn off his Samsung Blackjack II. It is less than 9 months old. AT&T admits this is a flaw, but refuses to replace or repair the phone. My husband has to see the keys in order to operate the phone. Anyone have any ideas about how to repair the phone ourselves, since AT&T refuses to help us? Thanks.

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  • swlms1955 Jan 09, 2009

    Thanks for the idea. I started searching cell phone repair sites, and found that I can order a keyboard for less than $40. (The interchangeable cases do not include the keyboard overlay.) This is much cheaper than buying a new phone. I wish the service provider had bothered to tell us about this. Thanks for your help.

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See if interchangeable cases are available for the phone.  they usually come with a new keyboard overlay

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