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My Nokia 6500 Slide won't charge, even though i have bought a new battery. i have tried different charges but still can't charge my phone.

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you must change the charging block /base pluck or go to the service provider will do it for you. advice by dogy.

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

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Hello, I do also have the same problem with Nokia 6500s locked at Orange and I am in UK. My IMEI number is 352027021230088. Could you also very kindly help me and provide unlocking codes and procedure to enter please.

I am contactable at tppatou@hotmail.com.

Many thanks for your help in anticipation.

Regards


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tis s jus cos of software prob n ur phone... connect ur phone to ur pc wit nokia pc suite for ur phone...
an update th software so tat ur prob might get solved...

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: my nokia 6500 slide does not charge i have bought

it is the charging port that has a problem, so you have to change it.


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