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Can't Remove Flip Head

I am trying to switch my screeb displays on my V3M. Problem is: There seems to be an unmovable bearing or axle that prevents me from removing it from the rest of the phone body. Any tips?

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Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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Typically the "axle" you are referring to is spring loaded. It's very much like the spring-loaded pin on a watch band.

You need to push one end of the "axle" in so that it gets shorter and you can then pull the axle out and remove the flip part. It can be a tricky thing! Be patient when you are dong this so you don't break anything else.

Becareful - the flex cable runs through there as well. If you don't have a replacement flex cable, you want to make sure you don't damage the one you have. Hopefully the new screen came with a new flex cable attached.

Good luck!

- Jim

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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