I dropped my Nokia 3200 and the lcd connector came off with the contacts.Now the only way to reconnect the lcd is to bgridge it for which i need the diagram of the tracks. Is there anyone who can mail it to me.
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Nokia 3200 unlocking instructions
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There are many relating problems regarding the issue.To Change LCD, secondly Main Strip,thirdly Main strip connector and Display IC(Filter).So, the first step is to change LCD and the Main Strip.If the problem still persist you need to the display IC and to check the Strip connector.But in my advise better to contact mobile repairing shop.Good luck.Thanks for visiting fixya.
Experiencing black lines or forming stain is not repairable anymore,possibly needs a replacement,if the parts is with your,this can be change simply by removing the front covert and unscrewing 6 screws using T6 precision screw driver or anything that can release the screw.gently lift up the entire frame to separate the main board,now lift up the lcd connector on upper right portion using any flat thing like cutter or something.now you can replace the lcd and test if the replacement works fine.
Otherwise,bring the phone to a service center for LCD parts replacement.
hi, yes it can be fix ,but unfortunately not by you..beacause its a sensitive case...go to a cellphone shop to repair your lcd connector first ,that lcd connector connects the lcd or glass display to main board of the cellphone ,if it is damage or lost of contact you cellphone display is not working...second try to replace a new and good lcd before going to the last option ,which is the display driver of the phone...the display ic is a small components that makes the lcd functioning.. the above solution must be doing by an expert mobile technician and its step by step procedure must needed to prevent bigger damage in your phone.. i hope it will help you ,thanks for trusting fixya..
The LCD display connector is either loose or the LCD is faulty, the speaker contacts are loose or the speaker is faulty.. Other than that, you have to have it checked by a qualified technician. Follow the procedures below to disassemble the phone and check the LCD, connectors and speaker.
Wear a pair of electro-static discharge (ESD) protective gloves.
Unlock and remove the battery cover.
Unlock the clips of the front cover beginning at the bottom by prying the latches with your fingernail or a prying tool one at a time.
Carefully remove the front cover.
Protect the display with a plastic film.
Remove the 6 screws using a T6 screwdriver.
Swing the user interface (UI) frame assembly upwards from the bottom. Bear in mind that the flex connector is still connected.
Disconnect the flex connector carefully by prying it.
Clean the connectors using a soft-bristle toothbrush with a lacquer thinner.
Remove the engine board and place it in a cushioned non-conducting tray.
Clean the speaker terminals and contact pads on the engine board using a cotton bud with lacquer thinner or alcohol.
Lift up the speaker terminals to ensure it makes contact with the contact pads on the engine board.
Check the resistance of the speaker using a multimeter. The resistance reading should be 20-30 ohms,
otherwise replace speaker.
Put back the engine board.
Reconnect the flex connector firmly and reassemble the UI frame assembly.
Remove the protective plastic film and reinstall the front cover.
Insert the battery and turn on the phone.
There should be a display and tone when the hands appear on screen. Otherwise, have your phone checked by a qualified technician.
Your display circuit is broken, even if the LCD-panel,
seems to be ok the display is damaged.
This is a very common problem in Nokia phones.
The only way to fix this is to change the display.
You need a T-6 Torx Skrewdriver to do the job.
You can find displays for fair price at :
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