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Old 02-03-2009, 12:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I noticed that there is some movement... about 1mm with the back cover. Is that normal with all of the recent BB offerings (e.g. Curve, Bold, etc)? I had a Pearl before this and the back cover did not move when I placed the unit onto my hand.

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Seems to be a normal phenomenon. I have ordered 4 of these and they all do that.
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You mean the back doesn't fit properly?

My bold is like that. I stuck a business card in the back and now it fits perfect. No moving or squeaking.
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Yeah, they redesigned the latch mechanism. It seems to wobble a tiny bit. I placed a very thin piece of foam to lessen it. Seem to work.
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