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Do you own one of the cell phones listed below? If so, Pinellas County 9-1-1 needs your help! In 2003, over 70,000 accidental calls to 9-1-1 were made by cell phone users. This happens when one of the models listed has the "9" key accidentally pressed or bumped and the phone is pre-programmed to call 9-1-1. Pinellas County 9-1-1 is working on a pilot program to reduce the numbers of these calls with a FREE button guard for people who own these model phones. This small, rubber button guard is placed around the "9" key and while it does not interfere with the normal operations of the phone, it will help prevent the key from being accidentally pressed. Thank you for helping your 9-1-1 Center help you!

Kit A: Nokia: 3320, 3360, 3390, 5125, 5165, 5180, 5185, 5185i, 6120, 6160, 6185, 6185i, 6190, 8260, 8290 Nextel: i2000 plus Audiovox: CDM9100, CDM9150X Sony Ericsson: R289LX

Kit B: Nokia: 5120, 5160, 5190 Sony Ericcson: T306, LX677 Sanyo: SCP6200, SCP6400 Nextel: i500 plus

Kit C: Nextel: i550 plus

Kit D: Nokia: 6310i, 6340, 6340i, 6360, 6370, 6385 Nextel: i700 plus

Kit E: Nokia: 8265, 8270 Audiovox: CDM8300

Model number can be found under the cell phone battery

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Public Educator Lori Buck
Email :
Phone: 727-464-3858

Email or Phone Lori Buck for more information or for a presentation at your site!

Links of Interest
Nokia How to Web Site
Stop Accidental Calls Button Guard
Kyocera Information
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