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Can this be fixed

I finally got the covers but in the process i snapped in half the paper that joins both the front face and the back. i assume its what makes the screen work. if anyone has any idea what im talking about or can even let me know if this "thing" is replaceable. cheers from oz.

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Re: can this be fixed

If you are talking of the flexible conductor as paper then Yes, this is a replaceable part though it is usually soldered to a phone part in one side (the screen in your case) and have a plug or connector in the other side so you may need the complette screen replacement if the screen conductor is cutted.

If your phone is a slider or flip model and that was the bus between both movible parts then there would be a connector in each board (usually though not sure, may vary) and you can try to find the replacement in any shop.

Good Luck...

Posted on Oct 20, 2007

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The reason your phones touch screen is not working is as a result of either a bad connection from the screen to the main panel of the phone or the sensor board is bad.

First check if your phone is not locked, by pressing the unlock button that is by the side before commencing any of the DIY process below.

Either ways, the solution is for you to either change the screen or just the flexi ribbon that connects the screen to the circuit boar of the phone, but first you have to disassemble the phone to get the parts to replace.

To disassemble the phone is quite easy but requires you to be very careful because the parts are very sensitive. So carefully follow the process below to disassemble the phone.

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  • Five ribbon connectors need to be disconnected. Each one attaches like a plug and socket. Just lever them up to unplug.
  • With the ribbons disconnected you should be able to pull the circuit board away. Another connector needs to be detached in the same way as the others.
  • Remove the two screws which hold the antenna in place. The camera is stuck down with double sided tape and will come away with a little force. The antenna will also come away with a little force
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First remove the battery cover, battery and memory card. Move the slider down and remove the two screws you see.
Now move the slider up and remove the two screws at the top of the phone.
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You should now have the front cover removed. The keypad should be loose as well
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It is not expensive.

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To fix this, these are the processes to follow;
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  6. Prise the back part away from the rest of the phone by running your fingernail between where the two parts meet,
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The problem probably could be from the power supply or from the panel.

If it is the power supply, then it most likely could be that it got exposed to a high current and the board got burnt.

To fix this, all you have to do is to replace the panel.

To replace the panel;
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