Hi, I have got alot of dirt/dust inside the main screen of my V3. The phone works fine no problems at all, but I cannot work out how to get inside and clean it. I know that there is nothing wrong with the screen because when the phone is switched off you can still see the dust inside. Can you help?
If the phone is not under warranty the v3 you can easy lift the pastic covering from the front of the cell mark motorolla genly clean make sure the cell is off clean wiht some liqiud base cleaner make sure the front pasic is dry then gently put i back in palce
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Hello, when a phone does not charge, it means that the phone charger or the port at which the charger is inserted in the phone is faulty.
Might be due to dust or dirt. You can Clean charging port on the phone with a brush and alcohol to remove dirt.
After cleaning it,if still not charging, you can test charger with another phone to be sure if the charger is working. And if the charger works with another phone,that means the charging port on the phone is faulty and will need to replaced.
Should last a long time as long as the keyboard is being treated in a rough manner. I've had my keyboard for 3 years now and it still works fine.
Alot of times, dust or dirt gets in the keys and that can cause problems. You may want to use a can of air and blow underneath the keys to get extra dust or dirt away from it. That can cause keys act funky. Also any kind of liquid can cause problems as well.
Most likely cause of your trouble is dust on the small mirror inside you set. Your DLP set has 2 mirrors not including the DLP chip itself which has about 500,000 tiny mirrors. The 2 mirrors reflect the DLP chip image to the screen you view. The first is the main suspect it's about 4inches by 7inches. It's mounted on the bottom center facing backwards. This mirror faces slightly up and somtimes after time dust, smoke, dirt settles on it . The second fills the space of the entire back of the cabinet but it faces down and takes alot longer to get dirty. The compartment is sealed but dust seems to find it's way in. If you remove the screws that secure the screen assembly from the top , sides and bottom. Make sure to have a friend available the screen assembly is delicate when it's not mounted to the cabinet. You can remove and clean the mirrors. These mirrors are glass and you can use glass cleaned. Don't use glass cleaner on the screen it's plastic. You can clean it if necessary with plastic cleaner only. Probably not needed. Good luck.
Shoels, You could replace the screen and glass lens/cover but I having done this procedure a few times, don't think it's worth it as the Razr is a fragile phone and the case's just snap fit together. There are cell phone repair shops (depending where you are located) that will replace both the screen and glass cover for a fee. I personally would just look for a shady spot to view my display in daylight, as the V3 isn't worth the trouble/expense to repair (in my humble opinion of course). Good luck
you can open the screen cover of your v3. if you have screws drivers thats fits the screws you can open it.
to open it, at the screen of your v3, theirs a 4 little rubbers. remove the rubber (be sure to secure it cause when it drops you have a hardtime finding it) and beneath it are the screws. after talking it off, you can now open the screen. just locate the clips to separate the screen.
no need to open the other side only the screen part...
if you look on the side of your phone you will see a whole on each side toward the front of your LCD. This is where the dirt is getting in. The best way's to cover them are a snap over protective case(there is a billion online for cheap) or a shuttle case. Otherwise email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can give you a guide to cleaning out the entire phone. This should be left to a professional but the last case I ran into got charged almost seventy bucks for something my company does for $5. It can be done by beginners but BE CAREFULL,