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Snapped in half

I snapped my pebl in half. it broke the little connector piece that has 4 layers connects to the screen and the other part of the phone. if i can get a new one it would fix my phone and save me quite a bit of money. if anyone has a broken pebl with that piece still in tact, let me know at

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Look on ebay, too

Posted on Jan 02, 2008


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