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When I type in a new page or, use safari for stored pages. Half way through it loading the blue line at the top freezes.
I then have to highlight the whole address and tap on the keypad a few times for it to finish loading.
Can anybody advise of what I can do to get smooth running machine again please?

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Graham
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