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  1. HaibaneReki's Avatar
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    Hey everyone,

    so over couple last weeks sometimes when I picked up my 920 I noticed slight "movement" inside the phone. Never paid much attention to it, but yesterday I tried to actually shake the phone and it rattled quite bad. Felt like the BATTERY was loose.

    So I picked up all of my courage and cut it open. Yes, I did! :) For everybody's information it didn't look like there was any sort of mechanism or wax on the screws except of the usual dirt from usage to let them know I was fiddling with it.

    And indeed the battery was moving freely in the chassis with half a millimetre or so of space. I didn't wanna go a month without my phone (got one from DE, live in CZ - 30 days warranty repairs) so I just stuck two post-it on each side to prevent the rattle, but today I noticed the usual vibration rattle got actually worse...

    Maybe we finally found it then?

    PS: Just realized I could have snapped a pic.. No I won't open it again.. :) (Maybe to clear the front camera from dust.. ) :P
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    The loose battery has been a well known problem for awhile.. Mine has it too..
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    Quote Originally Posted by slashd0t View Post
    The loose battery has been a well known problem for awhile.. Mine has it too..
    ouch, I actually felt like I found something out.. :) Admin, please close this thread

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