Question about Motorola Mobility PEBL U6 Cellular Phone
I had the exact same problem. Take the phone apart and wipe down he keypad with an alcohol soaked (very mild) q-tip. Let it dry and re-assemble the phone. It all works now!
There are 4 tiny screws under the back cover, unscrew all 4 (home depot carries the little star attachment in most tool sets). Then lift the blue cover off the keypad, the board in the middle stays attached to the headset. There is a little black rubber piece by the USB port keep an eye on it. Also do not pull the board away from the headset, you'll break a tiny silver ribbon.
To re-assemble just tuck the board back in the blue case, tighten the top screws half way. Flip over and tuck the side button connections in, then slip the face plate in top first and press down. Tighten remaining screws and you're done.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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