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Hi oganze2007,

i would recommend you to do the following outside of the household area :

1. place the phone on the ground.
2. spew lighter fluid on the phone.
3. stand back and flick a match stick directly towards the phone.

i hope this helps, good luck!

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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