Question about Sanyo MM-8300
If you're an adventurous soul, you could remove the screws holding the phone together and check for damage to the ribbon-cable leading to the top half of your phone, where the camera is. If it is in good shape and you are willing to continue your foray into the inner-workings of your phone, you could try to separate the case covering the top half of your phone so that you could assess the condition of the camera itself. Unfortunately, I can't help you in that surgery on your phone since all I have is half a phone I found in the street that I'm attempting to repair... However, if you need info on taking the lower half of your phone apart, you can find my fix here- http://www.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=401432&thid=393581
Hope this helps, TechnoWolfy.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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