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Old 05-07-2008, 10:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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soo i'm trying to text and I realize my 0 or space button isn't working. Anyone have any ideas? Everything else seems to be fine.
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Blow it out with some compressed air, first thing I would do.

Often a non-working key is a symptom of moisture or liquid damage.
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Blow it out with some compressed air, first thing I would do.

Often a non-working key is a symptom of moisture or liquid damage.
really, even if its only one key?

hmm... thanks. any others?
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Yes, even on key can come from a moisture issue.

If you carry your BB in your pocket, it is likely dust or lint under the key... try that first.
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can i use something to try to dig it out? or is that making it worse.
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use the compressed air first. then test it. you *could* take the device apart and clean it that way
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I don't know that it IS lint or dust. Digging out something you don't even know is there... no I would not.

Some nice forced canned air would do the trick IF that is what it is.
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alright because this was before I even put it in the pocket. I opened my blackberry brand new as of yesturday afternoon. If anything that should do that trick then, thanks a bunch.
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Brand new from the carrier (Tmobile), with this issue?

Take it back today and exchange it for a new one, that would be their issue, not yours.

And don't put in your pocket, get a holster.
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