Question about Nokia 6260 Cellular Phone
You most likely will have to take the phone apart to get to the keypad area of the phone and you may have to replace the keypad but it could be a loose wire connection that will be relatively easy to fix if you cannot do that a shop will be able to fix it for a small price
Posted on Jul 21, 2013
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