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  1. #1
    Pete
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    Anybody know how to get at the underside of the keypad under the
    screen on a 6260?

    The OK (left middle) button on mine has stopped working after the
    thing got wet...



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  2. #2
    Jo King
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    Re: nokia 6260 keypad help?

    <Pete> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > Anybody know how to get at the underside of the keypad under the
    > screen on a 6260?
    >
    > The OK (left middle) button on mine has stopped working after the
    > thing got wet...


    Take it to a shop, i wrecked one trying myself





  3. #3
    Miles
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    Re: nokia 6260 keypad help?

    Pete wrote:
    > Anybody know how to get at the underside of the keypad under the
    > screen on a 6260?
    >
    > The OK (left middle) button on mine has stopped working after the
    > thing got wet...



    See this page:

    http://repair4mobilephone.org/disassembly_nokia.html

    Go to the Nokia 6260, then I believe you start with Step 20 (after first
    turning it off and removing the battery).

    It's quite simple to pry off the keypad. I did it using a very small
    screwdriver and prying up a bit on the upper left then the upper right
    and back again extending the screwdriver farther under the keypad until
    it popped out.

    I was attempting to fix the on-off switch, but found a broken plastic
    piece that sits on top of the switch (below the button) and had to send
    it to Hong Kong Nokia for repair -- NokiaUSA doesn't want to admit this
    phone exists because they don't sell it. And NokiaHKG would not send a
    part. NokiaGB said they don't service for anyone outside of GB.
    NokiaFinland is in Finish! Perhaps you can write to their home office?
    If you find someone who has parts, please let me know!

    So don't know what you can do to free up the keyboard, other than
    removing the pad and cleaning and soaking it -- but guess first best to
    see if it is the key itself or below the key. It's quite easy to remove
    the few screws under the keypad and pry apart the cover, but there you
    get into the intricacies. Perhaps you will be lucky and find a shop in
    your area who knows Nokia and can help.

    Miles



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