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Replace razor screen / cover

I recently dropped my V3m phone and dented the front cover and cracked the plastc surround for the screen.  I saw similar phones being sold for parts on ebay....is it easy enough to replace the screen surround and front cover?...What are the steps?

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  • ROCK7255 Nov 22, 2007

    need to replace cracked razor screen--how do you do it

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    no service

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    motorola v3 shows "no service" how do I fix it

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Yes, but you need the rigth tools, google v3 razr repair. just buy new razr housing on ebay. it'll look like new

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