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No sim card inserted?

I reported my phone stolen which i thought it was,,, turned out i merley misplaced it,, but i rang up my network provider to get it blocked.. i have contacted them and told them that i have since found it,, and requested that they unblock it... i am in ireland and my network is metor but they have told me that it will take 3 weeks when i turn on the ph it say start up without sim.. i enter the code 12345 and it starts up.. but when i put a sim in it.. it say no sim card inserted.. my ime no is 359537017868777 please help thanks

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No sim card error is not virtual error from service providers, its due to your phone hardware problem. if your sim was not working due to service provider it will show your card registration failed. but you are getting sim card not inserted means your sim card contacts are not touching the phone sim contacts. try to refix your sim card properly. then try to reboot your phone.

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