Question about Cell Phones
I am unable to find spares like screens, circuit boards and batteries
Please help me on this.
Typically, finding parts to fix up your mobile device is difficult to find. However, you can contact the manufacture of your mobile device and they'll have a repair and return program. Pricing is subject to the manufacture.
For Example, if My Blackberry 8700g has a cracked screen. Obviously not covered under normal manufacture's warranty. So, I send the device in to their return and repair program. Either they fix the device, or send you another one or one of equal value. As a sub topic to that, Blackberry also has a trade in program. You can trade in your RIM device to cut the cost down on a new RIM device. Very handy!! Though, they last a long time, chances are you'll be sending in a brick a get something really shiny!
For Batteries, check out your carrier's web site. They'll carry battiers, chargers, head phone adapters, and covered.
So, in close my suggestion is to go to the source. Like, if your TV stopped working, you'd call Zennith, right?
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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