DIY handphone repair

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I don’t quite understand why a monkey wrench would be required to repair such delicate items like cell phones. It truly boggles the mind.

The text literally reads “Cell phone broken, can fix here” with a huge Phillips screwdriver and a monkey wrench (of all things) beside a Sony Ericsson cell phone.

I, for one, am certainly not sending my cell phone for repairs there…

I don’t know what it would look like after the specialists in this epicenter of forefront, cutting edge cellular technology zhng the mobile with a monkey wrench. πŸ˜‰

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30 thoughts on “DIY handphone repair”

  1. You have to fix own cell phone? I just take to any cell phone store with that account and exchange for new one. Most of the time I lose it and have to get new one.

  2. Readed your recent entry. That is a strange businese way to repair cell phones. Just have them wack it with a hammer or I just take off one of my shoe and do it also. My sister bowling ball way work like a charm also.

  3. Did you tested it out to be sure it needed repair? All I can say use it like a baseball and pitch it back and forward to your friend or dog or cat a few time. It might get it to work.

  4. That so quirky. HB is not going to anything so off beat or will he? I would just stick cell phone in freezer for an hour and take it out. You might get some very cold calls or let it thaw out and get some hot calls.

  5. Ahhh, This is no way to take care of a cell phone. I would to my little brother to play with it. Know him, he got a way tinkering with things will fix. But I kind like the bowling ball trick. Who know might work.

  6. Being a woman I rather not deal with problem. Just use my nail file or hairpins to fix it. If that don’t work, hit hard with my kitchen rolling pin.

  7. annant: The funny thing is, that sign was there for ages and I never actually noticed it until a couple of days before. πŸ™‚
    vincent: Yeah, I found it funny when I saw it too. πŸ™‚
    Shelly: Hmm…I’ve never fixed a cell phone before. It’s so cheap nowadays that people just get a new one.
    Vickie: Heh! I bet that works real well. πŸ˜‰
    Amy: It’s a shop which exchanges currency and does a side line in repairing cell phones. There are a lot of these shops over here.
    Lance: It works for me too…and after that I have to get a new one. πŸ˜‰
    Michale: Nope, my cell phone is fine. I just thought the sign was funny.
    Neil: Heh! That’s a good one. πŸ˜‰
    GREG: Well, I don’t get expensive cell phones coz I’m always losing my phones or dropping it, so it’s always the mid ranged ones that’s not too expensive and you won’t feel it that badly if you get a new one.
    Raul: It would slide on ice, that’s true.
    Karen: You need special screwdriver heads to open up the thing. πŸ™‚

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