Question about Radio Communications
To send it for repair would cost more than replacing it. I'm sorry, but unless it has a sentimental value to you, go buy another. This "planned obsolescence" built into products these days by the manufacturer makes it more expensive to repair a phone, than to buy a new one. If you are determined to get it repaired, try the "Yellow Pages.com" to find the company's telephone number. If it isn't there, chances are the company has gone out of business, and you are "up a creek without a paddle". Wish I could help more.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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