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Nokia N70 power connection

The female connector in the base of the phone, that the charger plugs into is damaged. It is a small component(4x4x8mm) that lifts out once the phone is dismantled. It has FOXCONN printed on one side and 5512A on the end. Where could I get a replacement?

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It is available at all nokia repair centers or maybe even at your dealer.

Posted on Aug 23, 2007

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