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Telephone Hi, With the recent rain in India with lot of thunder & lightening my phone stopped working i have to diconnect and connect the cable to get a dail tone if by mistake i dail the wrong number i have to repeat the same procedure again. after making the call i have to disconnect the phone and use another instrument to get incomming calls. I had purchased another instrument earlier but did not use it as the above was working properly. after the above mentioned problem i used the new instrument but to my surprise certain numbers are not dailing. Appreciate your help to rectify the above mentioned problems

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  • Mentos Dec 15, 2007

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    Sorry, did not reply. you maybe right. due to work load was unable to go to the sevice center.



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Bring your phone to its service center.
have it check, maybe the problem is inside the telephone.
maybe it affected the inner core of the phone's board.
had a problem like that also,
we just brought it to its service center.
and they had to change some stuff..
then it worked again.
no charge if under warranty.
but its P500.00 if not on warranty

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