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Charger port is loose - Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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Hi there!

you need to bring the phone to your local shop (technician) so that they can replace the charger port for you. post back with your country so i can look up for stores where you can bring your phone for repair =)

Posted on Apr 08, 2011

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