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Old 06-03-2006, 11:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dropped blackberry in pool after bouncing on concrete. Works fine but won't stop vibrating. Does anybody have a solution to the vibration short of a new blackberry?
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Dropped blackberry in pool after bouncing on concrete. Works fine but won't stop vibrating. Does anybody have a solution to the vibration short of a new blackberry?
Heh. I just pictured the BB trying to shake off the water like a dog or a cat!

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Heh. I just pictured the BB trying to shake off the water like a dog or a cat!

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Hmmmm.......I was thinking of a snorkel option for BB's that like to swim.
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So did it sink or float? I would go experiment but you've already done it for me.
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