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I can't chat with my friends on fb because its disabled

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Cases of chat being disabled is very rare. You may be simply offline from chat. The problem may be due to slow internet connectiong. Please post details for better solutions
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Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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Chat is disabled Problem with the Facebook Facebook Social Network

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