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Old 02-08-2009, 10:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Are you suppose to be able to move it from side to side rather easily? Also I noticed that if I shake the phone a tad, you hear the screen moving. Is this normal? Or should I be concerned?
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It's normal.
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Gonna give it shaken berry syndrome (sbs).
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Mine moves barely a millimeter in either direction, and I can't hear it when I shake it.
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Mine moves barely a millimeter in either direction, and I can't hear it when I shake it.


Hmmm, interesting! So when you shake it, you don't hear anything?
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I don't hear anything either.
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I got the movement and i can hear slight noise but doesn't bother me one bit.... With the way the phone is manufactured it has got to move... Im guessing if yours moves quite a lot your screen probably clicks really well all over????
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Hmmm, interesting! So when you shake it, you don't hear anything?
Not unless I shake it way harder than you should shake your Blackberry.
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Yes, if I shake my BB Storm the screen does move from side-to-side and I do hear the screen move. Also, I can move it about a mm Left-Right-Up-Down.

I've had no issues with my screen. Some of the recent Storms I've seen are tighter, some are about the same as mine. Normal from what I can tell, I wouldn't worry about it.
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