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Cell phone disassembly

Does anyone know how to get the "flipper" apart on a Sanyo MM-7500?: My friend's phone has a break in the plastic, so I obtained a "dummy" phone for parts, but I can't see how to get the halves of the flipper apart (no visible screws, etc.). Thanks for any assistance.

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The screw is hidden underneath the plastic so you'd have to break the plastic to take apart the flipper. Not sure how you would put it back together though.

Posted on Jan 07, 2008


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