Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
Two solutions here. Don't try the second one if your phone is still under warranty or if you're bothered about invalidating the warranty. 1) Take your phone to a Nokia service centre, it should be free of charge to fix. 2) With the slide open, from the sides of the numerical kepad, carefully prise the back cover off, if you have thumb nails this is really easy. Spray a small amount of silicone spray, NOT wd40 as that attracts dust, onto a cotton bud, the type that would be used to clean ears, and dab the spray on the runners that are visible with the cover off. As you are applying it, keep moving the slider to spread the silicone spray along the whole mechanism. Do this on both sides. The rear cover will just click back in place.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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