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My phone is malfunctionning. The word "SEARCHING" is flashing on my handset. Nothing I do restores normal use. I have switched off the power, taken out the batteries, pressed many buttons. Can you help?

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If it's a cell phone, chances are it's your carrier that is at fault.

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