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|09-28-2007, 07:47||#1 (permalink)|
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Motorola RAZR Motherboards
I have a collection of motorola razr motherboards. These all have some sort of problem, and I do not do low level circuit board repairs. So you would be the first technician to look at these from a low level board repair perspective.
The majority of the phone boards were sourced from individual consumers in the united states with either t-mobile or cingular as the carrier.
Condition of these boards varies, some have white liquid damage indicator dots but some have red dots. Some have visible corrosion that can be seen with the ***** eye, some don't. Some power up, and some don't do much at all when battery power is applied to them.
Does anyone have intrest in these items?
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