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  1. #1
    Garsen
    Guest
    hey, all. if anyone has an extra plug which inserts into the back of
    these phones, please email me if you'd like to sell it for a modest
    price. i'd be happy to give you a few bucks. i lost mine somehow and
    am quite frankly so OCD that i'd like to replace it. this is the plug
    that fits into the back above the battery door right next to the
    antenna stub base. thanks.

    UPDATE:

    i contacted motorola warranty about this small part and they were
    totally unhelpful--first they said i could send my phone in and pay
    shipping AND have it gone for 2-3 weeks, THEN later told me the part i
    sought was no longer offered, anywhere, on the planet.

    what assholes.



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  2. #2
    SG
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug


    That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    well.
    Please let me know how you make out with your quest.

    Thanks,
    S



    > hey, all. if anyone has an extra plug which inserts into the back of
    > these phones, please email me if you'd like to sell it for a modest
    > price. i'd be happy to give you a few bucks. i lost mine somehow and
    > am quite frankly so OCD that i'd like to replace it. this is the plug
    > that fits into the back above the battery door right next to the
    > antenna stub base. thanks.
    >
    > UPDATE:
    >
    > i contacted motorola warranty about this small part and they were
    > totally unhelpful--first they said i could send my phone in and pay
    > shipping AND have it gone for 2-3 weeks, THEN later told me the part i
    > sought was no longer offered, anywhere, on the planet.
    >
    > what assholes.






  3. #3
    SG
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug


    That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    well.
    Please let me know how you make out with your quest.

    Thanks,
    S



    > hey, all. if anyone has an extra plug which inserts into the back of
    > these phones, please email me if you'd like to sell it for a modest
    > price. i'd be happy to give you a few bucks. i lost mine somehow and
    > am quite frankly so OCD that i'd like to replace it. this is the plug
    > that fits into the back above the battery door right next to the
    > antenna stub base. thanks.
    >
    > UPDATE:
    >
    > i contacted motorola warranty about this small part and they were
    > totally unhelpful--first they said i could send my phone in and pay
    > shipping AND have it gone for 2-3 weeks, THEN later told me the part i
    > sought was no longer offered, anywhere, on the planet.
    >
    > what assholes.






  4. #4
    Doug Warner
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug

    "SG" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    >well.
    >Please let me know how you make out with your quest.
    >


    Hmm. I dont; need mine, since I use my T720 in a Cellsocket, which
    needs the antenna connector. Now, if I can only figure out where my
    plug is. maybe I'll have to put it on on ebay..:-)


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  5. #5
    Name withheld by request
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    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug

    Easy way to get around the lost rubber plug.
    If you are careful, put a small coating of petroleum jelly
    around the socket, then squirt some latex window cauking
    compound on it. Allow it to dry, then use an xacto knive to pop
    it out. Use a Q-tip that is moist with alcohol, and wipe up the
    remaining jelly. Pop the plug back in the hole and you are done.
    I've used that technique for years, to make plugs when I'm building
    model airplanes, and when people lost a plug for something, and
    can't replace it. Just let the latex cure overnight.



    On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 17:29:56 -0500, Doug Warner
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >"SG" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    >>well.
    >>Please let me know how you make out with your quest.
    >>

    >
    >Hmm. I dont; need mine, since I use my T720 in a Cellsocket, which
    >needs the antenna connector. Now, if I can only figure out where my
    >plug is. maybe I'll have to put it on on ebay..:-)
    >
    >
    >To reply, please remove one letter from each side of "@"
    >Spammers are VERMIN. Please kill them all.





  6. #6
    Name withheld by request
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug

    Easy way to get around the lost rubber plug.
    If you are careful, put a small coating of petroleum jelly
    around the socket, then squirt some latex window cauking
    compound on it. Allow it to dry, then use an xacto knive to pop
    it out. Use a Q-tip that is moist with alcohol, and wipe up the
    remaining jelly. Pop the plug back in the hole and you are done.
    I've used that technique for years, to make plugs when I'm building
    model airplanes, and when people lost a plug for something, and
    can't replace it. Just let the latex cure overnight.



    On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 17:29:56 -0500, Doug Warner
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >"SG" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    >>well.
    >>Please let me know how you make out with your quest.
    >>

    >
    >Hmm. I dont; need mine, since I use my T720 in a Cellsocket, which
    >needs the antenna connector. Now, if I can only figure out where my
    >plug is. maybe I'll have to put it on on ebay..:-)
    >
    >
    >To reply, please remove one letter from each side of "@"
    >Spammers are VERMIN. Please kill them all.





  7. #7
    SG
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug

    Ingenious! Will silicone do the same, or is it the same material?

    Thanks so much,
    Suki




    "Name withheld by request" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Easy way to get around the lost rubber plug.
    > If you are careful, put a small coating of petroleum jelly
    > around the socket, then squirt some latex window cauking
    > compound on it. Allow it to dry, then use an xacto knive to pop
    > it out. Use a Q-tip that is moist with alcohol, and wipe up the
    > remaining jelly. Pop the plug back in the hole and you are done.
    > I've used that technique for years, to make plugs when I'm building
    > model airplanes, and when people lost a plug for something, and
    > can't replace it. Just let the latex cure overnight.
    >
    >
    >
    > On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 17:29:56 -0500, Doug Warner
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >"SG" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >
    > >>
    > >>That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    > >>well.
    > >>Please let me know how you make out with your quest.
    > >>

    > >
    > >Hmm. I dont; need mine, since I use my T720 in a Cellsocket, which
    > >needs the antenna connector. Now, if I can only figure out where my
    > >plug is. maybe I'll have to put it on on ebay..:-)
    > >
    > >
    > >To reply, please remove one letter from each side of "@"
    > >Spammers are VERMIN. Please kill them all.

    >






  8. #8
    SG
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug

    Ingenious! Will silicone do the same, or is it the same material?

    Thanks so much,
    Suki




    "Name withheld by request" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Easy way to get around the lost rubber plug.
    > If you are careful, put a small coating of petroleum jelly
    > around the socket, then squirt some latex window cauking
    > compound on it. Allow it to dry, then use an xacto knive to pop
    > it out. Use a Q-tip that is moist with alcohol, and wipe up the
    > remaining jelly. Pop the plug back in the hole and you are done.
    > I've used that technique for years, to make plugs when I'm building
    > model airplanes, and when people lost a plug for something, and
    > can't replace it. Just let the latex cure overnight.
    >
    >
    >
    > On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 17:29:56 -0500, Doug Warner
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >"SG" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >
    > >>
    > >>That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    > >>well.
    > >>Please let me know how you make out with your quest.
    > >>

    > >
    > >Hmm. I dont; need mine, since I use my T720 in a Cellsocket, which
    > >needs the antenna connector. Now, if I can only figure out where my
    > >plug is. maybe I'll have to put it on on ebay..:-)
    > >
    > >
    > >To reply, please remove one letter from each side of "@"
    > >Spammers are VERMIN. Please kill them all.

    >






  9. #9
    Name withheld by request
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug

    Don't know. I would assume that it would, but I've
    never used the silicone, just the latex type.



    On Fri, 30 Jan 2004 23:15:13 -0800, "SG" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Ingenious! Will silicone do the same, or is it the same material?
    >
    >Thanks so much,
    >Suki
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >"Name withheld by request" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Easy way to get around the lost rubber plug.
    >> If you are careful, put a small coating of petroleum jelly
    >> around the socket, then squirt some latex window cauking
    >> compound on it. Allow it to dry, then use an xacto knive to pop
    >> it out. Use a Q-tip that is moist with alcohol, and wipe up the
    >> remaining jelly. Pop the plug back in the hole and you are done.
    >> I've used that technique for years, to make plugs when I'm building
    >> model airplanes, and when people lost a plug for something, and
    >> can't replace it. Just let the latex cure overnight.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 17:29:56 -0500, Doug Warner
    >> <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >> >"SG" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> >
    >> >>
    >> >>That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    >> >>well.
    >> >>Please let me know how you make out with your quest.
    >> >>
    >> >
    >> >Hmm. I dont; need mine, since I use my T720 in a Cellsocket, which
    >> >needs the antenna connector. Now, if I can only figure out where my
    >> >plug is. maybe I'll have to put it on on ebay..:-)
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >To reply, please remove one letter from each side of "@"
    >> >Spammers are VERMIN. Please kill them all.

    >>

    >





  10. #10
    Name withheld by request
    Guest

    Re: Motorola T720 T721 rubber back plug

    Don't know. I would assume that it would, but I've
    never used the silicone, just the latex type.



    On Fri, 30 Jan 2004 23:15:13 -0800, "SG" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Ingenious! Will silicone do the same, or is it the same material?
    >
    >Thanks so much,
    >Suki
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >"Name withheld by request" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Easy way to get around the lost rubber plug.
    >> If you are careful, put a small coating of petroleum jelly
    >> around the socket, then squirt some latex window cauking
    >> compound on it. Allow it to dry, then use an xacto knive to pop
    >> it out. Use a Q-tip that is moist with alcohol, and wipe up the
    >> remaining jelly. Pop the plug back in the hole and you are done.
    >> I've used that technique for years, to make plugs when I'm building
    >> model airplanes, and when people lost a plug for something, and
    >> can't replace it. Just let the latex cure overnight.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 17:29:56 -0500, Doug Warner
    >> <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >> >"SG" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> >
    >> >>
    >> >>That's a damn shame. I lost the same plug, and have the same disorder as
    >> >>well.
    >> >>Please let me know how you make out with your quest.
    >> >>
    >> >
    >> >Hmm. I dont; need mine, since I use my T720 in a Cellsocket, which
    >> >needs the antenna connector. Now, if I can only figure out where my
    >> >plug is. maybe I'll have to put it on on ebay..:-)
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >To reply, please remove one letter from each side of "@"
    >> >Spammers are VERMIN. Please kill them all.

    >>

    >





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