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Warrenty My motorola has trouble staying connected to bluetooth, I constantly have to take it back to get Master rebuild, I need connection for my car and work, have been booked for taking work related calls while driving, I took the phone back to the place of purchase this morning very frustrated only to find out that the warrenty ran out on Sat 15/12/07, I could not take it on Sat as I was working, they are telling me that it will cost me $160.00 to have this fixed, Why couldn't they tell me this before? The last time I lost bluetooth was while I was on the mainland, about 9 weeks ago, I have had to take it back 4 times. Can youu suggest anything?

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