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  1. #1
    marty
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    Hello. Moisture got into my 6820 and at first it was completely dead,
    now I can turn it on and the whole right side keys work but none of
    the ones on the left do, front or back. The phone didn't fall into
    water but was sitting in the cabin of my boat when I noticed the
    moisture in the lcd screen. I was going to send it into nokia under
    warranty but after reading the various postings it seems a wast of
    time and better to try to resuscitate it myself. Can anyone provide
    me with step by step instructions on how to disassemble it?
    Thanks in advance.



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  2. #2
    Richard Colton
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    Re: nokia 6820 disassemble


    "marty" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hello. Moisture got into my 6820 and at first it was completely dead,
    > now I can turn it on and the whole right side keys work but none of
    > the ones on the left do, front or back. The phone didn't fall into
    > water but was sitting in the cabin of my boat when I noticed the
    > moisture in the lcd screen. I was going to send it into nokia under
    > warranty but after reading the various postings it seems a wast of
    > time and better to try to resuscitate it myself. Can anyone provide
    > me with step by step instructions on how to disassemble it?
    > Thanks in advance.


    There are dismantle instructions for the 6820 (and a few other phones) at
    the UselessInfo site in my sig.

    HTH

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  3. #3
    Detrious
    Guest

    Re: nokia 6820 disassemble

    On 24 Aug 2004 17:46:15 -0700, [email protected] (marty) wrote:

    >Hello. Moisture got into my 6820 and at first it was completely dead,
    >now I can turn it on and the whole right side keys work but none of
    >the ones on the left do, front or back. The phone didn't fall into
    >water but was sitting in the cabin of my boat when I noticed the
    >moisture in the lcd screen. I was going to send it into nokia under
    >warranty but after reading the various postings it seems a wast of
    >time and better to try to resuscitate it myself. Can anyone provide
    >me with step by step instructions on how to disassemble it?
    >Thanks in advance.


    I had a problem with my 6310i turning itself off, and was directed to
    a local service centre, who fixed the problem (software+new battery)
    in about an hour.
    Rather than send it away, can you check if there is a place closer to
    you like this one.
    Better to get the work done by a professional who will pay for the any
    breakages...

    D



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