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    the battery door squeak...

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    ...is temperature dependent.

    while charging my bold, the battery squeak becomes such a nuisance... when the door cools, the squeak disappears.

    so, have a freezer handy to cure the squeak.

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    The plastics should eventually get enough wear that they won't make any noise. My 8830 did it for awhile after I installed one of the BSE's on it.

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    i was thinking about the seidio innocase crystal... thought ti might hold it all together a bit better... yes? suggestions?

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    hahaha good one :P.
    Never saw that issue on any of the Bolds ive handled tho.

    get the Seido innocase combo

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    This honestly doesn't surprise me. Materials shrink when cooled and expand when heated.

    This is why freezing bearings makes them go into a car axle easier!
    As always, just my opinion...
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    On past Blackberrys, I have had to stick a piece of paper or tape to make them snug.
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    Yeah. Looks like I'm going to have to come up with something. Paper or tape seems like it would be a good idea. Is there a specific paper or tape to safely use?
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    I don't think you can go wrong with electrical

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skier87 View Post
    I don't think you can go wrong with electrical
    indeed electrical tape would be my best educated guess.

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