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  1. #1
    Sam
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    My unlocked SE T200 is only a few months old. I sent it to repair facility
    rather than my dealer because it was unlocked. The manufacturing date is
    April 2003.

    I just got my phone back. The repair facility could not get me a black face
    plate phone. He recommended against swapping covers. So, I agreed on the
    condition the replacement will be working fine.

    Well, the replacement still has the same reception issues. In addition, the
    refurbished phone was made in early 2002. Nobody told met that if my phone
    had to be replaced it will be with such an OLD phone.

    Should I complain and try to get a newer T200?? I know the phone is still
    under warranty, but I am thinking past the warranty period.





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  2. #2
    Jaymes Littlehayles
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    Re: ? Quality of refurbished phones

    If you read the manual form any major manufacturer, ie Motorola, Samsun,
    Nokia... In the warranty section it will clearly state that teh manufacturer
    or its agents, may replace any warrantied handset with components or
    handsets that may be refurbished...

    The date sticker doesnt make that much difference.. A properly refurbed
    handste would be flashed to the latest firmware regardless of date of
    manufacture..

    "Sam" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > My unlocked SE T200 is only a few months old. I sent it to repair

    facility
    > rather than my dealer because it was unlocked. The manufacturing date is
    > April 2003.
    >
    > I just got my phone back. The repair facility could not get me a black

    face
    > plate phone. He recommended against swapping covers. So, I agreed on

    the
    > condition the replacement will be working fine.
    >
    > Well, the replacement still has the same reception issues. In addition,

    the
    > refurbished phone was made in early 2002. Nobody told met that if my

    phone
    > had to be replaced it will be with such an OLD phone.
    >
    > Should I complain and try to get a newer T200?? I know the phone is still
    > under warranty, but I am thinking past the warranty period.
    >
    >






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