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Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by Gabriel, Sep 6, 2003.

  1. Gabriel

    Gabriel TICUS AD MORTEM
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    hey, i just got my 6610 back from repair from Nokia, and as i expected, nothing was fixed, eventhough on the letter they included it says they tested it. that same letter also says they changed the "BT PAD". do any of you know what this means?

    why would they not explain what a BT PAD is, instead of assuming i was a techno expert??
     
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  2. Major54

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    Perhaps the BT PAD is a 'button pad.' Most Nokias have a plastic button inserty-thing that sits behind the faceplate... Maybe they changed the plastic part or the pads below it that sense when you press a button.

    They denied an explanation of what they fixed on it?
     
  3. Gabriel

    Gabriel TICUS AD MORTEM
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    no no, they didnt deny an explanation. what happened was that they sent me a paper that only said they changed the BT PAD. that;s it.

    now, my problem was that the operator logo feature was not working, and when it did, it would turn the phone off. why would they change the button pad if the problem was with the op logo?

    man, and i waited like 15 days to get it back!!!
     
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