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Oil has entered the phone under the screen cover and i need to find out how to dismantle the phone and clean it out before i restart phone, everything was still working fine when i turned the phone off after it happened mobile phone is a samsung SGH-A801

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  • gjblake Mar 07, 2009

    thank you, the hidden screws where the problem


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The following link directs you to a service manual that shows you how to disassemble a Samsung D820. Although your model is the D840, the D820 is cosmetically similar and this manual will show you step-by-step how to disassemble the phone (in order to remove the screen). I hope this helps for you. :) Source(s): the model number will be different but the system of disassembling will be you have not mentioned the model number of your phone .but this will solve the screen cleaning problem.

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I can assist you how to open Samsung SGH-A801 phone as ber below mentioned service manual image.
Continue communication is necessary as I will post few images about opening of this phone.

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Start by taking the covers off the phone, remove the battery and everything else, start unscrewing all the screws you locate, also check under labels and other soft objects for more screws, eventually you will get it apart.

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