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Need to replace faceplate for nokia 5300

Want to know how to remove old face plate and install new one

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Start by removing battery. Then remove the camera plastic panel. After that you will need to loosen the screws holding the faceplate in on the top. You will require a special tool for this but it can be purchased from most places that sell DIY faceplate kits.After careful prying the faceplate should come loose. Keep in mind that the screen over the LCD screen is taped on and will need to be removed separately.

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