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Replacing the lcd screen on u700

How do i remove the lcd screen to replace it on my u700. i havs stripped the phone down but the last ribbon cable goes into the front casing to the wheel and i cant figure out how to remove it.

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  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    my lcd turns off when i slide up my phone but it turns on when i slide down again

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Open the back side and pour somd medi sprit right over lcd screen and close all problems is solved

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STEP 1 Tools required: Torx 6 screwdriver, Phillips size 0 screwdriver
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STEP 3 Now remove the two screws you can see at the top of the phone
STEP 4
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hi,i bet that you really need the LCD and touch sreen for your PDA,as you wrote a lot for the problem of your PDA.If you need LCD replacement.pls go to www.keyuda-lcd.com
i think it will be helpful for you.
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Help please.,


There is no sure way to know if the problem is the cable without taking apart the phone, and testing or replaceiong parts.
How ever, if your screen goes blank when you touch the cable, then the problem is either the ribbon cable, or the screen itself that has a broken connector, or in rare cases the connetor on the small board.

Check first if the cable is not just misplaced in the connector, and eventually adjust it.

Replace the cable, that cost a couple of dollars. If you still get the problem replace the LCD display.

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You just need the touch screen (digitizer). There are actually 2 pieces that are mistaken to be the screen. The other piece is the touch screen and beneath that is the LCD display. Be certain to order the correct piece.

To replace, you need a micro phillips head screw driver and a T-6 torx screw driver. Also patience, and a steady hand.

You must start at the back of the device, through the battery door. Remove the 2 micro phillips at the top of the battery opening (one is covered with a tamper evidence sticker). Then carefully, starting at the bottom of the camera plate, pry upwards and to the speaker to unsnap the smaller facing. Remove the camera by gentally pulling up to unplug, then unscrew the circuitry and remove. This will expose the 4 torxs (2 in batt opening) to remove the back cover. After screws are removed, gentally work the covers snaps loose around perimeter and remove (pay attention to the speaker wire) unplug it from the circuitboard. Pull the antenna nub to detach.

Remove the screws holding the circuitboard, unpluging the keyboard and slider ribbon cable. Gentally hold the ribbon cable and remove the securing tape. (dont pull too hard!) Pulling the circuitboard exposes the 4 micro phillips screws (2 each side) to detach the slider.

Remove the 4 torx screws on the back of the LCD slider, then gentally pry around to separate the housing.

To remove the LCD / Touch screen you must unplug the ribbon cables. To do this you need to open the connector's trap (black bar). It hinges. Just pry upwards from the ribbon side. Once bar is lifted ribbon will slide out. Be careful if you need to remove the gold foil tape. Remove the single screw holding the ear speaker, and the ribbon should come out. The screen will not come out after gentally prying it free of the holding snaps in the casing.

Installation is simply the reserve. Hope this helps....

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You just need the touch screen (digitizer). There are actually 2 pieces that are mistaken to be the screen. The other piece is the touch screen and beneath that is the LCD display. The outer scratched screen is the touch screen.

Ebay, and various online retailers have them for around $40. You can do it yourself if you try.

To replace, you need a micro phillips head screw driver and a T-6 torx screw driver. Also patience, and a steady hand.

You must start at the back of the device, through the battery door. Remove the 2 micro phillips at the top of the battery opening (one is covered with a tamper evidence sticker). Then carefully, starting at the bottom of the camera plate, pry upwards and to the speaker to unsnap the smaller facing. Remove the camera by gentally pulling up to unplug, then unscrew the circuitry and remove. This will expose the 4 torxs (2 in batt opening) to remove the back cover. After screws are removed, gentally work the covers snaps loose around perimeter and remove (pay attention to the speaker wire) unplug it from the circuitboard. Pull the antenna nub to detach.

Remove the screws holding the circuitboard, unpluging the keyboard and slider ribbon cable. Gentally hold the ribbon cable and remove the securing tape. (dont pull too hard!) Pulling the circuitboard exposes the 4 micro phillips screws (2 each side) to detach the slider.

Remove the 4 torx screws on the back of the LCD slider, then gentally pry around to separate the housing.

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Installation is simply the reserve. Hope this helps....

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Yes, most likely you have missed the proper technique of installing the ribbon strips correctly into the connection block.

I did the same thing and it took me three tries to get it right... I stumbled on this by playing with other ribbon strips on the phone that I could access better and found that there is some sort of “step” or “threshold” inside of the connection block that makes you feel like to have "seated" the ribbon strip at the bottom of the block when in fact you have to push harder to actually push the ribbon into the block fully and make contact with the connectors, and then snap the locking bar down.

It's an easy mistake to make since the connection block and ribbon strip for the screen are hard to get hold of with your fingers... try using some tweezers or small long nose pliers to hold the ribbon and seat it fully.

Now I still am trying to figure out how to unlock and install the touch screen ribbon into the connection block… it’s really small and does not seem to what to unlock to allow for a full installation of the really small ribbon strip and lock it in, so I used a piece of duct tape to hold it in place and it works fine… not my perfect fix on this one, but my ph works…

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