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Post 1 made on Friday April 8, 2011 at 05:29
bobpants7575
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Hi All,

I have an ipronto TSU6400i which I think is ok, but having just sold it to someone they tell me it is not working right ?

For the buttons on screen, they have to be pressed very firmly with a finger or a stylus (bit less with a stylus) to register, and I am being told this is faulty but I always seem to remember it being this way.

I appreciate it isn't modern and sensitive like an iphone, but should you have to press 'fairly hard' for a button to work on screen or should it work easier than this ?

Any opinions welcome

Thanks
Bob
Post 2 made on Friday April 8, 2011 at 17:42
Daniel Tonks
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Sure it just doesn't need re-calibration?
Post 3 made on Wednesday April 13, 2011 at 12:09
andy 1564
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Hi
i too have had this problem and believe its something to do with the battery charging i have changed battery and it is fine now ..
hope this helps
best regards
andy
andy


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