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Old 09-11-2007, 11:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I bought new blackberry 7100x just to get feel about the phone before I get Pearl and I love it to bits.

After two days, though keyboard started playing up and the middle row of keys wouldn't do it's job. Instead of 'b' I would get 'zc' or instead of 'g' I would get 'ad' etc. So basically two keys to the left...

I suspect it's a faulty/sticky membrane under the keyboard but being new to blackberrys I don't really know.

If I was to open the phone, could anyone point me to some good guide about what type of screwdriver I need for 7100x and where all the screws are?

Thank you!

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Basically same model body etc., as your 7100.

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Basically same model body etc., as your 7100.
Thanks! It looks great... Apart from the step "Remove Speaker Grille"

Is that different on 7100? At least I can't see how to remove it... And if I can't remove it - is there only 2 screws?
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