Question about Nokia 6131 Cellular Phone
Remove the battery, than just blow a gentle hot air to the back side of the mobile(motherboard). Ensure that it does not over heat. when the whole board is little warm. wait for some time and then put the battery in and turn on.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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