[access-uk] Re: Nokia 6260 switching itself off

Hi Mel,

I've had this problem myself.  It turned out to be weak and
dirty battery contacts between the telephone itself and the
battery.  Trip to the Vodaphone shop and they fixed it.

George.

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> Sent: 13 September 2005 14:23
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> Subject: [access-uk] Nokia 6260 switching itself off
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> Hi Everyone,
> 
> Does anyone have experience of using a Nokia 6260 and if
so, 
> have you ever had a problem where it kept switching itself

> off?  Mine is doing this, usually when I am on a call.  It

> did it this morning and the battery was fully charged.
> 
> Mel
> 
> Mel Spooner
> edIT Help Desk
> Nottinghamshire County Council
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