Introducción

The guide will show you how to safely remove the screen and external display from your phone.

Partes

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Remove the rearmost panel by pushing down on the silver button, then simultaneously pulling downward on the panel.
  • Remove the rearmost panel by pushing down on the silver button, then simultaneously pulling downward on the panel.

  • Lift the panel off of the phone.

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Using your thumbnail or a thin flat head screwdriver, peel back the screen protector on the inside of the phone: It is only held on by glue but may take a good amount of force to be removed.
  • Using your thumbnail or a thin flat head screwdriver, peel back the screen protector on the inside of the phone: It is only held on by glue but may take a good amount of force to be removed.

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  • Unscrew the four screws using the T6 Torx Screwdriver.

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  • Peel back the screen protector frame. Close phone at the hinge, then pull off the front outer casing.

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  • After removing the external casing, there are no more screws holding on the gray metal plate. Carefully separate the gray plate from the rest of the phone by simply lifting it off.

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  • Next separate the screen from the phone, pulling it away slowly as it will still be attached by a yellow ribbon.

  • A yellow ribbon attaches to the area boxed in blue. Unclip the yellow ribbon from the circuit board using your fingers.

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Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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This was SO very helpful! I had dropped my V325 phone the other day and when I opened it, the screen was dark :( However, it still dialed and received calls so I was HOPING that a connection to the screen was the issue. Following this guide, I was able to get to the back of the display and sure enough, a connection was out of place. Put it back together and everything is working great!

Thanks so much!

Bob

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