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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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Re: a problem in the vibration mode

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.

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Step 1
To place the handset in Silent / Vibrate Only Mode, hold down the pound key (#) for about 2 seconds. To exit Silent / Vibrate Mode, perform the same action while in Silent / Vibrate Only Mode. You will see a confirmation message for Silent / Vibrate Only Mode, each time you enter or exit Silent / Vibrate Mode.
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While in standby mode, press the volume key, located on the left side of the handset, then select either “Vibrate Only", “Alarm Only” or “All Sounds Off”. To disable perform the same action while in Silent / Vibrate Mode.
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