Question about LG enV VX9900 Cellular Phone
Sorry, i have been out and you may not need my help any more but here goes.
When you take apart the envy, the speaker will come out and should go back in no problem. If something comes lose like a wire and needs soldering, its tough on those small parts. you will need a small soder gun, a computer tech store might have one small enough. Also get small soder. There alot of heat involved and soder smoke can be toxic if enhaled alot. try in a wel vented garage or outside. Take the phone apart and do it carefully. Make sure not to melt anything else while sodering.
You get better with experience and i would practice soldering a couple of small wires together for practice first so you get the feel for how soder moves when it turns liquid.
I havent had to soder on a cell phone bwefore. If it has some kind of ribbon instead of a wire, then it may not be possible and you may cause more damage trying.
Its cheaper to have the tech insurance,it has a $50 deductable, just copy all your numbers and files onto the Micro SD, then drop in water, take to verizon and bingo, new one for $50 bucks
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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