Question about Nokia 3120 Cellular Phone
It's generally a hardware problem, meanly on the RF IC or the Diplexer (they call it antenna switch) which a service guy would replace (a hit-and-miss process), but there's a lot of support components around it that can go wrong, which only a good service shop with proper equipment can do. If it's justifiable go to a Nokia Service Center
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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