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A problem in the vibration mode

Heyy, i have a problem using this phone. the vibration is damaged is there any solutions fixing it???????? plzzzzzzz answer me as fast as you can because without the vibration i cannot be alarmed when i`m using the silent mode sooooooo plzzzzzzz help me thx alot

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Sorry to say but you cant fix that problem by yourself you have to go at service centre to replace damaged vibrator of your mobile.

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

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