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Faceplate keypad I Dropped my Tmobile wing and the keypad snapped out those on the right side of the face plate , Tried to fix them back but didnt work , How Can I find a guide to open the whole faceplate and fix them there? Thank you .

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I would recommend for you to bring it to the t-mobile store before any more damaged. Good luck to you..

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