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MY SON HAS BROKE HIS SCREEN ON A NEW LG COOKIE

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Can it be repaired b4 his Dad finds out. Two weeks old and and broke it rock climbing. Any advice appreciated....... Read More
Tanya Avatar
7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
Can it be repaired b4 his Dad finds out. Two weeks old and and broke it rock climbing.
Any advice appreciated.......
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
repair it and put it down to experience! what age is he?
#2
sell it n buy new one for 50 :D off here
#3
tell him to find somewhere else to live :whistling:
#4
It can probably be repaired but I doubt it would be economically feasible as the screen isn't cheap and there's the labour charge to fit it as well. It's likely to be quicker, easier and of similar cost to buy another one.

John
#5
My advice is, dont go rock climbing with a mobile phone in your pocket ;-)
#6
wulshaz
repair it and put it down to experience! what age is he?


15 and may well not make 16 if his Dad finds out. Would think it expensive to repair.!!!
#7
kjbenja
My advice is, dont go rock climbing with a mobile phone in your pocket ;-)


LOL, Will make sure it don't happen again.:whistling:
#8
Tanya
15 and may well not make 16 if his Dad finds out. Would think it expensive to repair.!!!


omg what was he thinking! i think as above it might be just as easy to buy a new one or just tell his dad and dont repair or renew it and let him learn his lesson i,m afraid.
#9
kjbenja
My advice is, dont go rock climbing with a mobile phone in your pocket ;-)


+1
#10
wulshaz;6538332
omg what was he thinking! i think as above it might be just as easy to buy a new one or just tell his dad and dont repair or renew it and let him learn his lesson i,m afraid.


+1, if you hide his stupidity now he'll never learn :roll:
#11
wulshaz
omg what was he thinking! i think as above it might be just as easy to buy a new one or just tell his dad and dont repair or renew it and let him learn his lesson i,m afraid.


Yes I agree, but we have been here b4. The last nokia ended up on the bottom of a river after canoeing. :w00t:
#12
what about claiming on your house contents insurance ?
#13
kjbenja
My advice is, dont go rock climbing with a mobile phone in your pocket ;-)


Exactly, it's not as if he could pick it up to answer it halfway up a rock face.
#14
richp
what about claiming on your house contents insurance ?


The excess on the policy would no doubt be over the cost of a new one.
#15
moob
The excess on the policy would no doubt be over the cost of a new one.


fair enough, i wasnt sure of the price for a new phone.
#16
Tanya
Yes I agree, but we have been here b4. The last nokia ended up on the bottom of a river after canoeing. :w00t:

well there you go then prime example do not repair or renew i,m sorry but if it was me i wouldnt as they need to learn money is not there to burn you need to think and be more careful.
#17
Tanya;6538376
Yes I agree, but we have been here b4. The last nokia ended up on the bottom of a river after canoeing. :w00t:


he obviously doesn't give a crap then ;-)
#18
wulshaz
well there you go then prime example do not repair or renew i,m sorry but if it was me i wouldnt as they need to learn money is not there to burn you need to think and be more careful.


Thanks for your sensible advice :roll:
#19
Tanya
Thanks for your sensible advice :roll:



do what i do take the blame say you knocked it of table or something like that it all ways works for us :thumbsup:
#20
If he does have an active lifestyle and wants to keep a phone on him (which is entirely understandable with potentially dangerous activities) then it may be worth considering investing in a toughened phone such as the Sonim XP1.

John
#21
ttwcd
do what i do take the blame say you knocked it of table or something like that it all ways works for us :thumbsup:


and then ds is not taking any responsibilities for his actions? no bring him to the real world not everything is or should be handed to you he really needs to for his sake no one elses learn how to treat things and manage money also :)
#22
A couple of weeks with no phone might teach him to look after it,
#23
wulshaz
and then ds is not taking any responsibilities for his actions? no bring him to the real world not everything is or should be handed to you he really needs to for his sake no one elses learn how to treat things and manage money also :)


trust me they learn because i punish them myself (but make child pay for replacement when they can) its just easier soimetimes not getting oh involved, mine do take responsibility for their own actions and their are in the real world

what i meant is yes take the blame but make child pay for replacement without oh knowing

i just thought wouldnt child been insured on this trip couldnt you claim from insurance
#24
ttwcd
do what i do take the blame say you knocked it of table or something like that it all ways works for us :thumbsup:


That is a good way of saving his neck..:whistling:

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