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1st September 2014, 01:38 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guys I'm having an issue with my charging flap. Every time I take my phone out of my pocket the charging flap hanging off. It's really becoming a major pain. I obviously wouldn't even dare putting it in water! Anyone have a solution or has anyone else had this issue?

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Hey guys I'm having an issue with my charging flap. Every time I take my phone out of my pocket the charging flap hanging off. It's really becoming a major pain. I obviously wouldn't even dare putting it in water! Anyone have a solution or has anyone else had this issue?

Not very happy about this.

i have a simular issue, aparently its caused by dust.. or atleast in my case

some people have purchased a replacement flap and that fixed their problem
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Clean flap ring with alcohol and apply little powder. Problem solved.
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i have a simular issue, aparently its caused by dust.. or atleast in my case

some people have purchased a replacement flap and that fixed their problem

Seems rather ridiculous a phone that is "dust and waterproof" is render useless by particles of dust no? IP67? Lol.
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Clean flap ring with alcohol and apply little powder. Problem solved.

What do you mean by powder? Baby powder?
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Seems rather ridiculous a phone that is "dust and waterproof" is render useless by particles of dust no? IP67? Lol.

ip58 z2 is

5/8 dust
8/9 water

dust yeah its stupid that chunks of dead skin stop a flap from closing, but then again its a sensitive thing, those flaps are sensitive and are easily affected by things
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What do you mean by powder? Baby powder?

Yes.

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