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I need to open the handset to repair it. I don't see any screws and I tried to unclip it, if it's hold by clips. I was not succesfull. Is there a trick?? Thanks

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look for hidden screws under stickers, nameplates, etc. carefully pry open the case at its seam

Posted on Mar 03, 2007

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there are two screws in the bottom back of the phone only. when I open them, the bottom side will lift up, but the upper side (anttena and LCD direction) is still sticked.

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Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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The clip has sliding fit,try different angle to slide in if its not chipped or broken.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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After taking out the two screws from below the battery compartment, the case will separate slightly on the bottom. Take a screwdriver and carfully pry the case open along both sides, working from the bottom toward the top of the handset. This will free the back of the handset from the primary components. It will simply snap back together when done and then replace the two screws.

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