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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This problem will require a physical presence of a tech.You actually need to unscrew the phone from the back with a set of tools and remove the carbon in the phone.You will then have to clean the keypad with a help cotton and few drops of alcohol.But if you notice any black spots on the keypad that means the carbon has been deposited on it and it can only be removed with a set of special pin link tool.Make sure not to use excess amount of alcohol as it can get into the circuits of the cell phone.So you will have to get it repaired.
And if this phone is under warranty then i highly recommend you to send it to them.If you attempt to fix it yourself then you might end up damaging the circuits which will void the warranty.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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