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  1. #1
    Reestit Mutton
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    Si wrote:
    > Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    > impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    > flecks of dust under the cover?
    >
    > Simon.
    >
    >


    You need to purchase the nokia hermetically sealed room accessory (part
    number NKHSR-1) if you want to do it dust-free. I think there are a few
    going cheap on ebay at the mo'. ;o))

    RM




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  2. #2
    Si
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    Xpress On covers - dust

    Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    flecks of dust under the cover?

    Simon.





  3. #3
    Si
    Guest

    Re: Xpress On covers - dust


    "Reestit Mutton" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Si wrote:
    > > Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    > > impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    > > flecks of dust under the cover?
    > >
    > > Simon.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > You need to purchase the nokia hermetically sealed room accessory (part
    > number NKHSR-1) if you want to do it dust-free. I think there are a few
    > going cheap on ebay at the mo'. ;o))
    >
    > RM
    >




    Si.





  4. #4
    Adam Greatrix
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    Re: Xpress On covers - dust

    "Si" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    > impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    > flecks of dust under the cover?


    That's always a problem. I've got around the problem just by (very)
    carefully wiping the screen and cover immediately before putting it
    together. You could try anti-static wipes, or you could try using one of the
    more expensive ionisers that can manually spew out positively charged ions
    (they usually only give out negative, or are automatic) - Positively
    charging the dust will stop it sticking to things as it will be repelled
    away from surfaces (which usually have a slight positive charge). You can
    also get cans of compressed gas for blowing dust around in computers (PC
    World sell them). You could hold the screen loosely together, give it a good
    blast of clean air from the can to remove any dust, then push the sections
    together.

    Or... just put up with it. You can learn to ignore it...

    Adam





  5. #5
    Clive
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    Re: Xpress On covers - dust

    On Thu, 30 Oct 2003 23:59:14 -0000, Si <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    > impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    > flecks of dust under the cover?
    >
    > Simon.
    >

    I got my wife to drive down the motorway at high speed. I stood out of the
    open sunroof and changed my covers - dust doesn't get a chance to settle

    :-)

    Clive




  6. #6
    Reestit Mutton
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    Re: Xpress On covers - dust

    Si wrote:

    >
    > I'm getting to that stage...in fact, I can only see it when I hold the phone
    > six inches from my face....
    >
    > You know, you fit it, then you check it under non real world conditions.
    > Like shining a very bright desk lamp at it...
    >
    > If I just walk around the street/house, it's not visible...I'm probably just
    > very sad...
    >


    You should have seen how much I fretted over the imperfections on a set
    of "seconds" bathroom tiles when looking at them in direct sunlight.

    As a set of tiles on the wall in the bathroom - I can see no such
    imperfections...infact they look quite impressive.

    RM




  7. #7
    Si
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    Re: Xpress On covers - dust


    "Clive" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Thu, 30 Oct 2003 23:59:14 -0000, Si <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    > > impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    > > flecks of dust under the cover?
    > >
    > > Simon.
    > >

    > I got my wife to drive down the motorway at high speed. I stood out of the
    > open sunroof and changed my covers - dust doesn't get a chance to settle
    >
    > :-)
    >
    > Clive
    >


    Reminds me of the friend who had a leak in the tailgate of his Vauxhall
    Cavalier...so he replaced it with a sheet of stout plastic...flapped a bit
    in the wind...



    Si.





  8. #8
    Si
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    Re: Xpress On covers - dust


    "Adam Greatrix" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Si" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    > > impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    > > flecks of dust under the cover?

    >


    >
    > Or... just put up with it. You can learn to ignore it...
    >


    I'm getting to that stage...in fact, I can only see it when I hold the phone
    six inches from my face....

    You know, you fit it, then you check it under non real world conditions.
    Like shining a very bright desk lamp at it...

    If I just walk around the street/house, it's not visible...I'm probably just
    very sad...

    Si.





  9. #9
    a_dude
    Guest

    Re: Xpress On covers - dust

    der... anti-static cloths? and if you're that pedantic use a vacuum sealed
    room...

    hahaha

    "Clive" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]
    > On Thu, 30 Oct 2003 23:59:14 -0000, Si <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Anyone found that when changing an Xpress on cover, that it's almost
    > > impossible to do it without ending up with (no matter how small)...some
    > > flecks of dust under the cover?
    > >
    > > Simon.
    > >

    > I got my wife to drive down the motorway at high speed. I stood out of the
    > open sunroof and changed my covers - dust doesn't get a chance to settle
    >
    > :-)
    >
    > Clive
    >






  10. #10
    Adam
    Guest

    Re: Xpress On covers - dust

    On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 10:19:52 +1000, a_dude wrote:

    > der... anti-static cloths? and if you're that pedantic use a vacuum sealed
    > room...
    >
    > hahaha
    >
    > "Clive" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >> [quoted text muted]


    Or fit the cover infront of a vacuum cleaner hose (preferably one which is
    turned on). Just dont lose any small parts down there



  11. #11
    Si
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    Re: Xpress On covers - dust


    "a_dude" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > der... anti-static cloths? and if you're that pedantic use a vacuum sealed
    > room...
    >


    a_dude

    Nice name, is that post ironic, or are you just a twat?

    Si.





  12. #12
    a_dude
    Guest

    Re: Xpress On covers - dust

    if i answer that I'd be a twat, but since you and I don't really care, I
    wont...

    cheers

    "Si" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "a_dude" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > der... anti-static cloths? and if you're that pedantic use a vacuum

    sealed
    > > room...
    > >

    >
    > a_dude
    >
    > Nice name, is that post ironic, or are you just a twat?
    >
    > Si.
    >
    >






  13. #13
    Si
    Guest

    Re: Xpress On covers - dust

    "a_dude" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > if i answer that I'd be a twat, but since you and I don't really care, I
    > wont...
    >
    > cheers








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