Question about RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone
There is a little micro switch that goes under the trackball it looks like a small square
what it is is a tiny ring taped to the motherboard of the device it's has a cone shape and this is what gives it a feeling of a click when you press onto the trackball
after long life or/and excessive force clicking the little cone brakes, flattens or falls off the mobo
so if you have a spear device for parts carefully remove the square and replace the busted one
i was looking if they sell those switches anywhere on line but its a lot more profitable to sell new bb's :)
hope this helps
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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