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Keypad is not working

Nokia 1661 Keypad (up,down, menu, 9 keys are not working)
No Keypad IC on Board.

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Hey
first tight your phone's screw may be this works try this ok

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I have samsung e 1200 thats key 123 and menu keys not working.........

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