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    i dropped my treo from a height of 2 feet with its protective case. thanks to the case the unit and more importantly the lcd was scratch-free. i thought i had gotten away with my stupidity but then i noticed that the antenna was wobbly.

    i searched the forums to see if the antenna is the replaceable, screw-in type but there isn't any info. does anybody have any experience with replacing the treo 600's antenna or opening up the unit completely? i want to fix it myself.
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    I've noticed that my antenna is just a touch loose also...but this is just from general use. I'm thinking a screw could get tightened somewhere or something. Anybody have any inside info or just have any tips here?
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    Originally posted by treo_luver
    i dropped my treo from a height of 2 feet with its protective case. thanks to the case the unit and more importantly the lcd was scratch-free. i thought i had gotten away with my stupidity but then i noticed that the antenna was wobbly.

    i searched the forums to see if the antenna is the replaceable, screw-in type but there isn't any info. does anybody have any experience with replacing the treo 600's antenna or opening up the unit completely? i want to fix it myself.
    Feel free to do it. Last Week I dissasemble the whole Treo. It is a solid rock. The antenna is like a pen Cap. The screw in the back (in the antenna´s direction) is the one that keeps it in place. The screw is Hex Standart. T-6 is the screwdriver that you will need (the same used for the nokias)

    Just remove that screw and look in the antenna for broken places. Glue them, replace the screw and TA-Da! Viagra-Solid Antenna.

    (maybe you have to loose a little thescrew in the other upper corner)

    Happy Treo Year!
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    thanks for the instructions. i didn't bring my tools with me on vacation so i had to endure wobbly antenna during the holidays.

    i just got hold of my tools and it's fixed now. thanks again!
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    Hi,

    If you want to see what you'll find before you open your phone, here some nice picture:

    http://www.pavoine.com/pda/articles/treo.htm

    Good Luck!

    Bye,

    Ton

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