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Default Something moving around inside when lightly shaken?

OK guys, I'm writing to see if this is normal, but, if you lightly shake your phone side to side do you hear anything slightly moving about up top? Also pop out your Sim and Sim tray and shake again, does it get much louder and sound more loose?

I'm trying to figure out if this is normal and if its just the tray mechanism, or if there is something actually not right with my new phone.

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Can someone try the above? I suspect it's my Sim card mechanism and Sim card itself. It fits very loosely into the tray.

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I also hear this. Don't know what it is. Maybe it can multitask as a baby rattle.
Seriously it's probably what you said, but it doesn't affect the functionality. I'm not concerned in the least.

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If you remove the sim tray you can slide your finger nail between the front and back of phone on the sides to pop the back cover off or use an opening tool like on this video. It will give you a better look to see what's going on with the back off.

LG G2 (D802) How to remove the backcover / Disass…: http://youtu.be/qBrXRs9j5jY
 
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If you remove the sim tray you can slide your finger nail between the front and back of phone on the sides to pop the back cover off or use an opening tool like on this video. It will give you a better look to see what's going on with the back off.

LG G2 (D802) How to remove the backcover / Disass…: http://youtu.be/qBrXRs9j5jY
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That's nice as I've never either, but in the event one feels they might have something loose this is a way they could open the phone to look for themself.
 
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That's nice as I've never either, but in the event one feels they might have something loose this is a way they could open the phone to look for themself.
hmmm. that got me into thinking. hope there will be more information here..

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