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Samsung d807 slide problem

My phone seems to have come off the track that it normally slides along on one side of the phone. The top part used to sit flush to the bottom piece and now it wiggles back and forth. Is there anyone who knows how I can put the phone back on its track and fix this problem?

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Re: Samsung d807 slide problem

Take both phones to a mobile service center or a professional mobile tech and have the phones sliders fix.

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Hello Sir.
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The problem with your Phone is related to The Flex Cable.
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