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My mobile set is dead

As usual I am always keeping my mobile set off after 10 pm and switch on at 7.00 am in the morning.But this morning my mobile set could not get on in spite of checking battery connection. When it was taken to a technician, he suggested me to reformat the software of set. Please help me to solve the problem Thanks Kezang

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  • Kezang Thinley Jul 31, 2007

    Warranty period of my set has already been finished in 2006 and I have not even insured. Please advice me how to get the power on.

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1-888-NOKIA-2U or http://www.nokiausa.com/A4433809 I would first check to see if its under warranty or if you have insurance on your mobile use it. sounds like its dead Mate. you really cant reformat or reset without turning it on, try powering it on while its plugged in the wall also.

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