Question about Samsung Blast Cellular Phone
HI, this is an internal connections issue that deals with the linking micro ribbons that are housed within the unit itself. These ribbons are extremely thin and are exposed to damage that may occur if they become misaligned overtime. This is a common issue that you are experiencing with this type of unit(slider). The sliding motion will tend to disrupt the aligned nature of the build overtime, in return, causing this type of damage, When sliding, the base will come in contact with a directional switch that sends a signal, via micro ribbons, to the main board. This will allow for additional functions and buttons commands to be sent correctly. If the communication becomes scrambled, due to internal connection error(separated or worn ribbon contact points), This will cause the issues you are experiencing at this time. Unfortunaltly, this unit cannot be fixed in your home. It will require the skilled hands of a qualified service tech at this time. Contact your service provider for this repair, or you can physically carry in your unit for repair if you reside near a local repair depot as well.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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