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Greetings. The dopod 810's below-screen navigation buttons had stopped working so I sprayed them with WD40 (it worked well on the laptop keyboard!). Result: nav buttons show some life but the touchscreen dies! The screen display is working but the touch function is dead. What's happening here?

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  • rupiahville Mar 24, 2011

    are you saying i need to open it up and clean the connection with a soft brush?

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You disassemble your device before you spry wd40.. if not you much open your unit because there some lick over the connection of touchscreen connector... you much clean by soft brush...

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