Question about Nokia 6120
Hi well usually whenever I see phone in this condition in my shop, they are faulty, and often uneconomically repairable.
The very best thing you can do, is to take the phone to a Nokia service center, call a local or head office of Nokia and ask where one is, when there, please ask for a "Quote" as to the repair costs etc.
This way at least then you can make an informed decision as to repair or replace.
Now things to try first, Take out the battery, se if any better, NO, then try nd replace the battery with a new one, freshly charged. Try a Factory Reset, if possible. Get a manual,and have a look through the troubleshooting section...
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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