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My friend Mitac 8390 is dead

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My friend's Mitac Mio8390 is is dead...After a full charge, he turned on the cell phone to wait two alarm tasks, but, when he realized, it had passed a long time. He were going to see what happened, and when he opened the flip the keyboard leds and the TFT screen didn't turn on. We tried to charge the phone again, put my battery, but nothing happened....i cant make the hard reset because the TFT screen never turns on, only the front display is works but he cant receive any calls. sorry for my bad english :oops:

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possilby a loose connection inside. If you live in Hong Kong or somewhere similiar im told they have places that you take you phone and mitac shall fix it.

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possilby a loose connection inside. If you live in Hong Kong or somewhere similiar im told they have places that you take you phone and mitac shall fix it.

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I live in Brazil, what should I do? thx :D

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