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I have a new Asha 311 - still under warranty, buit that takes too long - where the SIM cardholder has come loose. It has two parts; a fixed under-side, with brass coloured metal, and a plastic template in the middle for the six SIM contacts. That has a hinged metal flap that closes down over the card and locks when pushed forward.
It started with the hinged part coming loose, but if I got my sim straight and carefully maneuvored the - now loose -hinged locking piece, it would still lock the SIM nicely. Then, yesterday, for no good reason at all, the whole bottom piece came loose as well. Beleieve it or not, with some Blu-Tak (Prestick) I even managed to hold that and the sim in place for an operational phone, but at the slightest movement the sim dislodges and the phone wont work.
Nothing appears to be broken, so I'm guessing it'sall funny clips etc. I was hoping someone that had a similarexperienece might know something about DIY fixing this.