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  1. #1
    Robert Jones
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    In article <[email protected]>,
    buffaloes <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Just got a new 6300 - can anyone tell me how to get the battery cover
    > off??! The instructions seem to suggest it slides down, but this one
    > is not budging!


    My battery cover was hard to remove the first time, since then it has
    become rather easier.

    Hold the phone face down, i.e. with the camera lens facing up, and with
    the on/off button towards you. The word NOKIA and phrase "2 megapixel"
    should be upside down at you look at them.

    Press down gently with both thumbs just below the printed "2 megapixel"
    at the same time push-sliding the cover away from you. There should be
    a satisfying click as it comes free!

    Hope this helps. Bob Jones

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  2. #2
    Patrick E. King
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    Re: nokia 6300 battery cover


    "Robert Jones" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:020720070656193027%[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > buffaloes <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Just got a new 6300 - can anyone tell me how to get the battery cover
    >> off??! The instructions seem to suggest it slides down, but this one
    >> is not budging!

    >
    > My battery cover was hard to remove the first time, since then it has
    > become rather easier.
    >
    > Hold the phone face down, i.e. with the camera lens facing up, and with
    > the on/off button towards you. The word NOKIA and phrase "2 megapixel"
    > should be upside down at you look at them.
    >
    > Press down gently with both thumbs just below the printed "2 megapixel"
    > at the same time push-sliding the cover away from you. There should be
    > a satisfying click as it comes free!
    >
    > Hope this helps. Bob Jones
    >
    > --
    > Robert S. Jones, I.T. Security Consultant | Vox +44 20 7882 5326
    > Computing Services, Mile End Campus | Fax +44 20 8980 2001
    > Queen Mary, University of London, U.K. | GSM +44 79 56 383659

    I had the same problem and your advice was a great help.
    Very clear instructions indeed...it's a pity Nokia's instructions weren't as
    clear as yours!
    Thanks and regards.
    Patrick.





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