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  1. #1
    Keith
    Guest
    I have broken the charger connection block on my phone, I have trawled the
    internet but cannot find one for the 5100.

    Please help

    Keith





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  2. #2
    Mark.
    Guest

    Re: Broken Nokia 5100

    > I have broken the charger connection block on my phone, I have trawled the
    > internet but cannot find one for the 5100.


    How'd you manage to break it in the first place?
    Everyone sells them on the context of shock resistant, so take it back to
    where you bought it and get it fixed there.

    Or a Nokia SC, shouldn't cost too much.

    Either way, isn't it the same bit as on a 7210/6610? It looks the same as
    the one on my 6610 did.

    If I still had the 66 I'd pull it apart and tell you.

    -mark





  3. #3
    Keith
    Guest

    Re: Broken Nokia 5100


    "Mark." <m.nikia#optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > > I have broken the charger connection block on my phone, I have trawled

    the
    > > internet but cannot find one for the 5100.

    >
    > How'd you manage to break it in the first place?
    > Everyone sells them on the context of shock resistant, so take it back to
    > where you bought it and get it fixed there.
    >
    > Or a Nokia SC, shouldn't cost too much.
    >
    > Either way, isn't it the same bit as on a 7210/6610? It looks the same as
    > the one on my 6610 did.
    >
    > If I still had the 66 I'd pull it apart and tell you.
    >
    > -mark


    Hi Mark

    Its actually my young daughters phone, I took it apart and may have made it
    worse. How do you know what the part looks like? Where can I go to see it?

    Cheers
    Keith
    >
    >






  4. #4
    Mark.
    Guest

    Re: Broken Nokia 5100

    > Hi Mark
    >
    > Its actually my young daughters phone, I took it apart and may have made

    it
    > worse. How do you know what the part looks like? Where can I go to see it?
    >
    > Cheers
    > Keith


    How'd you take it apart? With a T6 screwdriver I hope?
    5100s are made to be highly water resistant, so I'm not jumping to open
    mine.
    Your best bet is to take it to a Nokia service center and get them to fix
    it.
    The charger connection block is just a piece that slots in to a spot in the
    casing, probably only cost you $5 anyway.
    But, to be safe, take it to a SC and ask them.

    -mark





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