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[Q] Rubber gasket fell out

19th August 2014, 10:49 PM   |  #11  
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Apply with a pin or paper clip I take it?

mmm something like that I dunno really.. I've yet have to figure this out myself lol. Use your imagination!

At my moms work when I was young they had superglue bottles from loctite with really tiny metal pipes attached on them I wonder what loctite model that is. They could be used to do any precision work!
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So it's possible to get the new one in properly once I get the old one out? From this picture it appears the new tab should slide in but I'm worried if you have to tug hard to get the old one out.

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to remove the old one just pull..just a bit harder ...its kind of some bend at the end of the flap that's holding the thing in place inside the device.

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calm down...just pull on it. You won't break anything


edit: its no big deal to get the new one in
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Great! Thanks, that's a relief. I'll let ya'll know how it goes when I get it. May buy a few extras too.
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I got the replacement parts from thEbay tonight. Pulled on the old one and it came right out. Took 2-3 tries to get new one in. Tether was bunching up. Turns out if you hold it at about 45 regress it goes right in.

Thanks for the help everyone.

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gutted!
I am so gutted i didn't see this thread before I sent my phone to Sony for warranty repair.

My gasket didn't fall off, it started to come unstuck so was hanging off and when closing the lid the gasket would unroll and the lid would open.

I sent it to Sony as I think this is there fault. The gasket should stay attached for the duration of the warranty.

They want to charge me £55 for repair, handling and shipping!! I have had my claim escalated and now they say 'upon further inspection the device is bent'!! They are willing to send it back free of charge should I not want to have it repaired...... But should I now expect the device they send back to me to bent when I know full well it was in near perfect condition when I sent to them?!?!

The bottom line is follow instructions from this thread. DO NOT send your phone to Sony.

Sony use 'authorised repair centres' so they don't even know what is going on with your device and the trust you put in Sony to give your device to a respected engineer is misplaced.
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