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    Missing screw- how to replace?

    The screw on the top side of my 6600 was lost. The locals are clueless at the Sprint Store. Any ideas where I might come up with a replcement? I want to keep this puppy as long as possible.
    Sprint: G1000, HTC-6600, 6800, now TP2
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    call customer support

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    Thanks. I went down to the local Ace Hardware and they had one that fit yesterday. A few anxious moments while screwing it in, but was not too long.

    BTW, the clueless crew at the Palo Alto Sprint store did say that the 6800 will be out first quarter 6800. I guess I will have missed the 6700 if this one finally goes.

    BTW2, I helped a friend set up his mail on a Treo last week and it is a nice machine in the hand, but that screen is just too small and the phone is almost the same size as a 6700 (off topic)...

    I really like the 4GB card in the 6600 so I am going to keep this one as long as possible... room for tons of music and podcasts. I forgot to look if the Treo has a standard SD card slot. I believe it does and these are now pushing 8GB.
    Sprint: G1000, HTC-6600, 6800, now TP2
    Windroid: Energy.ROM.28244.Sense2.5/Android 2.1
    Overclocked to 729Mhz

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    Red face loose screw replaced

    I lost a screw in the top corner of my audiovox xv6600. Took it to the eyewear store at the mall and paid $3 for a replacement screw. They have different sizes and lengths and had one just perfect -- they even installed it. A cheaper solution, I found afterwards, was to purchase an eyeglass repair kit with that tiny little screwdriver and several replacement screws - one of those should fit too.

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