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Phone keypad keeps freezing and dialing random numbers

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I'm hoping someone can help. I have had my phone about 9 months and a couple of weeks ago some water was spilt on it. It started freezing and what ever button I pressed the number 8 would come on screen and it would dial 2425. I could start typing a message but then other letters would appear on screen and it would only let me delete a few and then would freeze. I dried out my phone and although the little dot is now red - I THINK that means that the water has damaged it in some way but am not sure as never noticed the dot before - it has worked fine ever since.

But last night, for no reason, the phone starting acting up and doing all the same things it did before and the only way to stop it was to remove the battery!

Please, can anyone help me!

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  • Jordibox Nov 28, 2007

    When you say clean the keypad circut do you mean remove the front case?

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Remove the battry and open the fon and put it under sunlight and clean the key ped circuit with the earaser

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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    Zaid Anarwala Nov 29, 2007

    es remove the front case and open the circuit and thats the way

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