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  1. #1
    David Baxter
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    Hi group,

    I'm hoping this is the right place to post this, had a look thru F9's
    newsgroup list and this and uk.telecom.mobile seemed the best choices...
    please advise otherwise if I'm wrong!

    I'm after a chip for a n6210. It's a tiny silver coloured chip, marked only
    "NF 046", and lives underneath the internal aerial, just next to the
    external aerial connector, and just down from the iR LEDs. I have no idea
    what it does, but mine is no longer soldered to the board and is missing
    some of its pins, so I need a new one.

    A Google search didn't return anything of any real use, and my local Nokia
    service centre isn't really interested - "gonna be cheaper to buy a new
    phone". But, I don't want a new phone, I want this one to work!

    So hopefully someone here can help. I can pay by cheque, bank transfer or
    PayPal (preferred option). If the price is right, I may consider buying a
    faulty 6210 that I can strip for parts, depending on the fault. I'm in the
    UK.

    Thanks in advance,
    Dave
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  2. #2
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Chip for 6210


    "David Baxter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi group,
    >
    > I'm hoping this is the right place to post this, had a look thru F9's
    > newsgroup list and this and uk.telecom.mobile seemed the best choices...
    > please advise otherwise if I'm wrong!
    >
    > I'm after a chip for a n6210. It's a tiny silver coloured chip, marked

    only
    > "NF 046", and lives underneath the internal aerial, just next to the
    > external aerial connector, and just down from the iR LEDs. I have no

    idea
    > what it does, but mine is no longer soldered to the board and is missing
    > some of its pins, so I need a new one.
    >
    > A Google search didn't return anything of any real use, and my local

    Nokia
    > service centre isn't really interested - "gonna be cheaper to buy a new
    > phone". But, I don't want a new phone, I want this one to work!
    >
    > So hopefully someone here can help. I can pay by cheque, bank transfer

    or
    > PayPal (preferred option). If the price is right, I may consider buying

    a
    > faulty 6210 that I can strip for parts, depending on the fault. I'm in

    the
    > UK.


    Hate to say it, but it almost certainly will be easier, if not cheaper to
    replace the phone. Have you thought of a 6310i..?

    Ivor





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