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A cure for the Spigen slim armor view case
My slim armor view case (authentic) was having problems where the view feature was working intermittently. My best guess was the contacts on the back weren't quite long enough to maintain constant contact with the back of the phone. I just put a little dielectric grease on the contacts of the case. Low and behold, problem solved, problem staying solved. Dielectric grease is the stuff you use on your light bulbs to prevent them from corroding. You can usually find a small packet at your auto parts store for 25 cents. Use a toothpick and make sure the grease doesn't connect the 2 contacts.
Hope this helps if you have had the same issue.
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- 01-23-2014, 07:51 AM #2
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Re: A cure for the Spigen slim armor view case
Dielectric grease is an insulator not a conductor...... Can't cause current to jump across contacts.
Dielectric = not able to conduct direct electric current, and therefore useful as an insulator.
Last edited by Angry Dad; 01-23-2014 at 07:36 PM.
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