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The top flip screen & bottom of phone are connected by two screws one blind another with slot. Some how I droped the blind bolt/screw. I have spare phone but not sure how to remove it. Is it press fit or is it screwed. Is it clockwise or anticlock wise. How to do it? Thanks

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It is screwed and clockwise

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