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Faulty speakers all it is the phone working fine it is the side off the phone where the speaker control buttons are very a very lose

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This is due following reasons.

1.Panel might have damaged.

2.Duplicat panel may be you are using.

3.Broken.

just change the Panel with Original one your issue should resolve.


Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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