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Cracked case Had a motorcycle accident...scratched face up and cracked camera lens...bought a new body, but how do you take it apart.....

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Re: Cracked case

DON'T! you can do more harm then good taking the phone apart.. specially the front lid.

The hinge has a ribbon cable that runs through the left side hinge .. If that's torn there's no fixing anything anymore. Your better off just seeing if Verizon wireless can replace it for a fee.

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

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