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Metal Housing i need help finding instructions on removing my metal housing and putting on  the new ones.

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Re: Metal Housing

I have a guide here for you in disassembly SLVR L7

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Usual problem of main camera for this phone is the backslide cover,there are 2 gold plated metal pins attach at the back housing which triggering the metal interface of the backslide cover,sometimes if the back cover is not attach well or the lock of it is damage, it will never hit the to pins all thru the 2 metal attach on the back cover.

To be able to fix this problem,simply align the 2 pins attach at the back housing,it should be bouncing and align as well,also clean the metal interface of the back cover,might some area is corroded.

Otherwise, need to replace the backslide cover to be able to use the main camera.

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first remove the back housing then the front housing after removing the front and the back housing ,remove the battery,sim card and the memory card after that remove the screw using a tool that is compatible to your screw then after you removing the screw.Now push your plastic shim into the join at the top of the phone to lift the front cover out slightly. Then run the plastic shim along both sides of the cover to unclip it at these points too... Now have the front cover removed, like below...The LCD screen is held in place by a metal frame which needs to be unclipped around its edge for removal.The LCD screen will now be loose and can be removed. It will be attached to the phone by a ribbon which attaches like a plug and socket. Simply lift it upwards to unplug it.You can now lift away the LCD and replace with new. Reverse the whole procedure for reassembly..thats all thank you

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What you have to do is simple.
1. Remove the battery cover, battery and SIM
2. Use the screwdriver or tweezers to gently pry off the RF grommet located on the antenna cap (below)

  • Removing the antenna cover:
    3. Carefully use the flat end of the tweezers to release two latches on the top end of the antenna cover, then carefully lift the antenna cover away from the phone.
  • Removing the transceiver PC board shield:
    4.Using the T5 screwdriver, remove the 6 housing screws from the phone. Set the screws aside for re-use (see Figure 10).
    5.Lift the metal shield away from the phone.
  • Removing the housing:
    6. Insert the plastic shim between the front housing and the chassis assembly. Slide the plastic shim around the phone between the front housing and the phone to release the housing catches along the sides of the front housing
  • Removing the housing:
    7. Carefully lift the bottom end of the front housing over the phone. The earpiece will still be connecting the front cover to the rest of the phone at the top of the phone so be careful
  • Removing the earpiece speaker from the front housing:
    8. Use the plastic shim or tweezers to separate the earpiece speaker from the front housing
  • Removing the LCD screen:
    9. Use the tweezers to release the display module assembly latch located at the side of the display module
  • Removing the LCD screen:
    10. Lift up the top edge of the display module
    11. Carefully thread the display flex cable through the slot in the chassis assembly and lift the display module away from the chassis
Replace the old screen with new an
d reverse the whole procedure for reassembly

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