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SLVR L7 Camera

My camera no longer works. I need a replacement and can't seem to find any other than on ebay. I do not wish to deal with the ebay dealers as I was sold a defective oem camera. In order to get my money back I would have to pay shipping & handling charges. As I did not pay much for the item it's not worth the cost. However I am back to square one, finding a replacement camera. Any leads would be greatly appreaciated.

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    Demi Feb 20, 2008

    Thak you for your comment. I did try that some time ago but they want around $100 for those and I can buy an L9 for for about $160 that is unlocked. So getting a refurb is not cost effective.



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Contact your service provider and see if they have reman phones they are a little more but come with a warentee and youll know they work

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