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I found a t-mobile g1 repair guide that shows you how to do it yourself.

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Were can i get ma screen fix for cheap

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I hope this helps you to get your Z22 back up and running

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I used a T6 Torx screwdriver, a piece of flat strong plastic (other people have suggested old credit cards), and a small flathead screwdriver (but not essential).

1) After taking the battery out I also removed the SIM card, the memory card, and the stylus
2) This picture shows the first screws to remove (circled in red), by using the torx
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5) I then removed the next set of screws (with the torx again)
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9) The screen was held on with two strips of sticky tape, and I just used the flathead to prise it away

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