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    is it simple to fix? mobile question

    My phone is away being fixed and I have borrowed my mums old phone and my 20 month old son has just dropped it and smashed the front, is it simple to fix? will it cost a fortune? its a motorola kazer thingy? is that right?

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    It's probably not worth the cost of getting it fixed to be honest. It'll be around £20
    formymobile.co.uk/Dis…htm

    Give exact details of make and model to see if cheaqp replacement case is avaiulable via fleabay or similar.

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    Babbabooey;3494735

    It's probably not worth the cost of getting it fixed to be honest.



    I feel bad though :-(

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    Murielson;3494750

    Give exact details of make and model to see if cheaqp replacement case is … Give exact details of make and model to see if cheaqp replacement case is avaiulable via fleabay or similar.



    I've opened the back and its a motorola k1. I know mum only uses the phone as a spare but I feel bad. if I were to get the parts off ebay is it simple to replace to do it myself?

    kirsty1981;3494755

    I feel bad though :-(



    Sorry, just re-read your OP. I was thinking it was your phone!
    Although, if the phone wasn't being used anyway then you might be let off the hook. I'd advise to atleast offer to get it fixed and see what the response is. (That and keep your son away from all electrical equipment, I've learned that the hard way from my 2 year old)

    My first post is for parts for that phone, £20 for the screen, seems easy enough to do.

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    Babbabooey;3494735

    It's probably not worth the cost of getting it fixed to be honest. It'll … It's probably not worth the cost of getting it fixed to be honest. It'll be around £20http://www.formymobile.co.uk/Dismantle/k1disassembly.htm



    :w00t::w00t: omg! don't think I'll manage that.... may just buy a box of chocs lol!

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    Babbabooey;3494782

    Sorry, just re-read your OP. I was thinking it was your phone! … Sorry, just re-read your OP. I was thinking it was your phone! Although, if the phone wasn't being used anyway then you might be let off the hook. I'd advise to atleast offer to get it fixed and see what the response is. (That and keep your son away from all electrical equipment, I've learned that the hard way from my 2 year old)



    yeah I'll offer to get it fixed, it still works and the camera is not effected. its just sort of shattered abit. and yes from now on my lil boy will not be touching anything!:-D

    I'd offer to do the repair for you, but by the time you've posted it all to me it's getting ££££, unless you live in Brum.

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    Babbabooey;3494846

    I'd offer to do the repair for you, but by the time you've posted it all … I'd offer to do the repair for you, but by the time you've posted it all to me it's getting ££££, unless you live in Brum.



    thats very kind of you, but I don't live near :-( thanks for the offer though. guess I'll be buying the box of chocs lol. I know she wont mind as she has a new phone I just feel terrible :oops:
    thanks again x:-D

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    oxter;3494843

    Have a look at … Have a look at thishttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/278001/lg-kp100-ruby-payg-mobile-9-99-argo/



    ah thanks, I could get her that and she could use that as her spare phone. thanks
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