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Screen Replacement D830

Has anyone any idea of the Philips screwdriver sizes needed to undo the cover to access the screen? Thanks

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My daughter's LG enV3 has a broken internal LCD screen. I can find replacement screens available and am somewhat adept at repairs, but I'm looking for a video or instructions for replacing the phone's...

------- LG enV3 LCD display repair/replacement -------

I got one of the $38 replacement screens from that eBay supplier. It came super fast - they must have shipped it the same day.

Replacing it is no minor task, but I did accomplish it successfully, and the one module does replace both the outside and inside screens.

I have 30 years of electronics experience, and it took me about 2-1/2 hours. A decent portion of that was just carefully figuring out how to get things taken apart, etc. If I had to do it again (and I hope I don't...) it would probably go a little faster.

For tools, the pry-bar tool included with the display is *very* helpful, but that tool only gets you as far as removing the covers.
For 2 of the screws in tight spots, it will help to have a Phillips #00 screwdriver with a narrow shaft a couple inches long and a decent size handle for good grip (i.e. better than a typical cheap "jeweler's screwdriver" with a skinny handle.) And here's the kicker: you'll also need a good, clean, reasonably fine-tipped soldering iron, and reasonably confident soldering skills to "undo" and resolder connections in two places. It's not super-fine pitch stuff, but there's a soldered mechanical attachment of a connector in one spot, and a two-conductor joint between two flex-circuits in another.

So I would not characterize it as quite as simple as "buy the display unit and use the tool to put it in.." There's a lot more to it than that, and I don't think I'd advise it for someone without at least some experience in electronic repair.

After all that, if there's interest, I may post a more detailed review of the process somewhere.

Having said all that, the darn thing worked perfectly - both inside and out - when we powered it back up!

------- LG enV3 LCD display repair/replacement -------

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Sir,my display light can't working?m handset no is nokia 1650

Sometimes the backlit gets loose.If there is no light and no image on screen, then you may need to take phone to an electronics store for LCD screen replacement. If there is image, but no light, then:
  1. Power off phone
  2. Remove back cover
  3. Remove battery
  4. Remove SIM
  5. Using a little flat head screwdriver, unlock and remove the frontal cover of the phone.
  6. There are six Torx screwdrivers inside. It's head looks like this:
  1. f85360e.jpgThen use a Torx screwdriver for removing them. If you haven't one, a small triangular file, or a swiss knife will do the job.
  2. After so, remove the back plate of your phone.
  3. Remove the 4 Torx screwdrivers wich hold the screen in place.
  4. Remove the screen.
  5. Clean the contactoes between screen and phone.
  6. Reinstall screen in place.
  7. Repeat steps in inverse order to reassembly the phone.
  8. Power on phone. If light stills refusing to work, then take your phone to an electronics store.

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How hard is it to change the housing on a k750i thats the chassis and the facias?

Sony Ericsson K750i LCD replacement (below)

If you require a new screen, phone cover and screwdrivers, they can be purchased here:

Tools required: plastic shim such as a guitar plectrum, Phillips screwdriver and T6 screwdriver
  • Remove the battery cover, battery and sim card. Unscrew the 2 x Philips and the 2 x T6 torx screws you see. Use the shim to skim around the edges of the back cover, whilst gently lifting the cover to prise and release the clips (as pictured below).
  • Below is how the phone will look once you have removed the front cover. Now remove the keypad
  • Next, remove the plate below the keypad and black plastic backing. Lever this part gently from the left side of the phone as pictured. You’ll see a connector on the right hand side of the phone (circled). Using a small flat screwdriver, unplug it and lift away the plate.
  • WARNING: There are 2 tiny brass-like clips on the black plastic backing plate (circled). DO NOT lose these! In fact, try not to even dislodge them from the plate.
  • To replace the LCD, remove the 2 x T6 torx screws from the top of the screen. Unplug the screen connector from the PCB (circled in yellow).
  • Then, easing it over the joystick, lift the screen free. Replace with the new screen. Reverse the procedure for disassembly and it's finished.

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Taking it apart isn't that hard, as long as you have a very tiny philips screwdriver. There is 12 screws that you will need to unscrew. The 6 under the battery cover, 2 larger black ones on the hardware, and after you unstick the camera button and the volume button, you can remove the hardware and unscrew the screws that keep the screen cover on. the screen pops out and there you go. you'll also need a small flathead to pop the covers off.

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Take off the back plate that houses the battery, undo the four screws, then look where the bottom of the battery is just below are two cover caps remove and undo the two screws below now separate the cover. There is a circuit board under neath the panel unplug may seem tight but go careful, underneath this there are a futher six screws undo these and the two halves of the phone will separate. Now undo all the screws you can see here including the two that are under the two covers at the top they look like moulding marks separate the halves, undo the screws on the roller switch,lift this and you will find a ribbon connector that appears to be glued it's not, go careful and separate. Congratulations you have now removed the LCD. All you have to do now is remember which screw goes where and reverse the whole process. Good luck.

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LG shine broken lcd screen


I have seen lots of LCD Screens cracked or broken on an LG Shine. A replacement screen can be bought for around $20 from Ebay. And the process of replacing it yourself if rather simple. All you need are a small philips screwdriver and a plastic tab (guitar pick) or a fingernail.

Here are two links that will help you out. The first is a guide that will show you step by step how it's done. And the second is a good link for buying replacement LCD Screens to replace your broken one.

Replacement Guide for Cracked LG Shine LCD Screen

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just use this link it will be tell you how to do
i hope it will work

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I need to clean the screen and the lens of my Nokia 6270 phone. How do I remove the covers? Can I change the cover from black at the moment to silver?

For the w700i u need toopen the back up, take out the battery and undo the hex screws with a proper hex screwdriver. (easy enough to get at a local hardware store)

Then get a flathead screwdriver and wedge open the front cover starting from the mini SD slot.

Hope it helps

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it is a pain to open these. 1. remove the battery & undo the 4 black screws. LG use a thread locking compound (loctite) on all the screws so they will be a **** to undo. 2.Prise the back cover off. 3. Pop apart the 2 rectangular connectors at the top of the keypad circuit board. 4. Lift the top board slightly & pop apart the ribbon/flex cable from the top board. The big silver bit comes off with the flex cable. There is a small bit of adhesive on this so be gentle. 5. undo the 6 silver screws holding the slide mechanism together & lift the slide off over the flex cable. 6. pop the 2 screw covers off the top of the phone then undo the 6 screws holding the front cover on. 7. pop the flex cable off. then the touch pad connector. then the camera lens connector. Gently pull the screen circuit board out of the front cover. Careful as sometimes the speaker is glued in place. 8. Unclip the lcd connector & gently remove the small battery looking thing (it's got red & blue wires on it) from the back of the lcd panel. It's glued on. Have fun. It took me ages to work this out.

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