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  1. #1
    Paul
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    "Orange have issued a message to dealers advising them not to sell and not
    to
    connect any further Sony Ericsson T68i, T310 or T610 handsets.

    The reason is because Sony Ericsson have found a problem with the latest
    batches of the handsets, in particular the charging system/charger included
    with the handsets.

    The advice is re-affirmed by the news that Sony Ericsson have suspending
    shipping of all of the above handsets into the UK, and therefore this will
    affect all networks supply."

    Anyone else know about this? Seen it on esato.com and uk.telecom.mobile

    Paul





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  2. #2
    Kerwin
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    Re: Orange suspend shipping of SE phones?

    yup, it's true.
    I got a t610 on Wednesday from my local carphone warehouse (Aberdeen)
    so I went in about an hour ago with my charger.
    They had received an e-mail approx. 10 ins before I came in,
    and promptly replaced my old charger that was made in Thailand by Delta
    with one that is made in China by Astec.
    The new one is called a standard charger CST-13.
    The woman said that the faulty chargers could explode and expose the wires
    and 'could injure anyone that is close to the charger'

    !!!!????!!!!!

    regards,

    Kerwin (hiding under a desk while his T610 charges in the next room)


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    Kerwin Robertson

    "Paul" <[email protected]_removethis_internet.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Orange have issued a message to dealers advising them not to sell and not
    > to
    > connect any further Sony Ericsson T68i, T310 or T610 handsets.
    >
    > The reason is because Sony Ericsson have found a problem with the latest
    > batches of the handsets, in particular the charging system/charger

    included
    > with the handsets.
    >
    > The advice is re-affirmed by the news that Sony Ericsson have suspending
    > shipping of all of the above handsets into the UK, and therefore this will
    > affect all networks supply."
    >
    > Anyone else know about this? Seen it on esato.com and uk.telecom.mobile
    >
    > Paul
    >
    >






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