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Old 10-26-2007, 10:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if there was a website to get OEM parts for my blackberry curve, and maybe videos also for tutorials on how to do so. Thanks guys.
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Old 10-26-2007, 10:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You can find all kinds of parts for Blackbery 8300 Curve and much more here:
http://www.cellulardr.com/categories.php?cat=60
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Wow, double the price on all 8300 parts compared to Cellular Accessories - Acer, 3G, BlackBerry, NEC, Samsung, Panasonic, Accessories Store, SonyEricsson,
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You should try blackberry8100parts.com FONLOGIX LLC
they are about the same price as cnn but in the USA
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My top stored are(not in order)

cnn.cn
blackberry8100parts.com
truesupplier.com

Check prices, some places are literally 8x's as much as others, i bought a OEM trackball set at blackberry8100parts.com and at the bbrpairshop it costs 49.99.
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I just ordered a replacement trackball from https://www.blackberry8100parts.com. It was $6.00 and it got here via USPS in about a week. Definitely better than some of the alternatives at $49.00, as stated above. It works, too, and looks to be the exact part I pulled out of the Curve.
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Old 10-30-2008, 10:44 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I just ordered a replacement trackball from https://www.blackberry8100parts.com. It was $6.00 and it got here via USPS in about a week. Definitely better than some of the alternatives at $49.00, as stated above. It works, too, and looks to be the exact part I pulled out of the Curve.
The $6.00 only got you the trackball. The others that are more expensive include the circuit board for the trackball as well. That's why there is such a price difference.
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There are a lot of sites out there claiming to have OEM parts out there. The words OEM are very loosely used out there these days. I have found that most of the parts on this website are truly OEM or as close to it as you can get: OEMcellphoneparts dot com
Most parts in the other sites you referred to are used taken out of other defective phones or cheap copies that may look and work well initially but rate of defect is much higher.

Hope this helps.
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