Question about Nokia 6280 Cellular Phone
If you are good at opening the handset then just open it and there will be a network antenna inside the pins touching the motherboard will be displaced or it will be in loose contact with the motherboard so you need to place that correctly. if problem exists in the antenna then replacing it will solve your network problem, before you do this once you check the SIM card by inserting it to another handset and confirm how much towers you are getting in that handset, if problem exists then by following the above solution will solve your problem .
If you are not good at opening the handset then i suggest you to take your cell to the technician .
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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