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    hi it not so hard to fix the broken flip treo 270. all U need is only alteco glue (easy to find here in bali just 0.2$ a tube), small + screw driver (for open case), 5mm + screw driver (for to reassemble lid shaft lock), wire cutter grip, gas torce for silver work or a gas cigarete ligther. the major case to make the lid broken is the spring that hold the lid, so the main idea is cutting the spring 3-4 wound. the torc is for to make the steel spring more soft so u can cut it by wire cutter. the detal prosedure i will tell u later with picture. the treo i have fix still good til now (6mth), no more broken lid.
  2. #42  
    hi it not so hard to fix the broken flip treo 270. all U need is only alteco glue (easy to find here in bali just 0.2$ a tube), small + screw driver (for open case), 5mm + screw driver (for to reassemble lid shaft lock), wire cutter grip, gas torce for silver work or a gas cigarete ligther. the major case to make the lid broken is the spring that hold the lid, so the main idea is cutting the spring 3-4 wound. the torc is for to make the steel spring more soft so u can cut it by wire cutter. the detail prosedure i will tell u later with picture (with presentation), it's realy easy to do ! the treo i have fix still good til now (6mth), no more broken lid. now i still busy to work modifying with nokia 6600 batt for replace the weak of my treo 270 batt, it's should bo work ......hehhehehehehe
  3. #43  
    Looking forward for your pictures and detailed procedure. Good Luck!
  4. #44  
    Hi Everybody

    There are so many cases of broken lids reported on various discussion forums over internet. I thaught I would post some of my experiences here.

    I used a Treo 180 for an year or two, then switched over to Treo 270, then again to Treo 600 for a brief period and recently I am using Treo 650. I have gone through the whole cycle of problems that a Treo owner normally experiences.

    I just blogged it over at http://treotrivia.blogspot.com/ . It includes a picture of a ingenious way of getting rid of lid itself.
  5. #45  
    nice blog jm_desai
  6. #46  
    By the way, I throw my device in the zoo. The crocodiles chewed it like a potato chip.



    Resprata Saipuacaupias Dramavis
    www.SexyMe.com
    Last edited by Treology; 11/02/2006 at 10:46 PM.
  7. #47  
    Quote Originally Posted by Treology View Post
    By the way, I throw my device in the zoo. The crocodiles chewed it like a potato chip.

    Resprata Saipuacaupias Dramavis
    www.SexyMe.com
    Was it 270 or 180? I doubt if there are many 180s left in this world now. Anyway that was an interesting way to get rid of that THING. I do have a 180 and a 270 lying around. The way cellphones are evolving fast, I don't know whether I will also have to eventually find similer way to dispose these two devices.
    What is your current device? Just curious. Treo 600? I just upgraded from 600 to 650 and it's worth it.
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