Question about Samsung SYNC SGH-A707 Cellular Phone
I'd like to replace it myself, but cannot find the part online. Any suggestions on where to look?
I had the same problem w/ my cell, here's what i have found: 1. the outside and inside lcd's are one unit. 2.there is a place where the parts can be found, but you have to order them in no quantity less than two(which is good for if it happens again), then you must wait for them to get shipped(by freight, its their only option) from hong kong, to texas(where the american arm of the company is), then to your residence. 3.the lcd is a royal pain to gt in and out, it involves removing the shield on the inside and the entire red peice on the outside which is held in by several clips, following this, you have to disconnect the cables(no big deal), then you have to destroy the accoustic housing for the speakers(big friggin deal) and be able to de-solder several connections that lead to the mp3 speakers in the recently destroyed accoustic housing and one of the most vital connections in the phone, the earpeice all via delicate flexible etched amber thingies(major, oversized, crazy troublesome deal)...anywho, if you want to risk it, the place is www.globaldirectparts.com don't say i didn't warn you!
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
The front LCD on my Sync broke within 2 weeks while it was in my pocket
(no dropping needed). I also agree that there is a design flaw with
the front screen. Unfortunately, ATT won't take returns on damaged
phones which I tried numerous times arguing the phone was defective and
it wasn't user negligence. To make me more furious, one manager tried to sell me a case for my now broken phone. I recommend finding a non-functional phone on eBay. I got one for 20 bucks + a backup battery and a car charger.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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