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Samsung d800 i have a samsung d800 and i think it may need clening as most of the buttons have stopped working! i can only use the front buttons when it is closed up not when it is open! sometimes it freezes and i cant get it to work for ages! i work on building site so i think its just got dirt underneath the cover but i cant figure out how to take it apart! help

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  • Vaspur Feb 14, 2009

    Some of the buttons do not work properly or just don't work. Sometimes they work when the phone is slided down. What can be the problem?

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Easiest solution is to take it to a repair shop but it will cost you money, i'll get back to you with more information.

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