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i replace screens for a living, its a little fiddly but if you are mechanically minded and methodical you should be ok. look on youtube, there are loads of video's how to do it. do not just buy a replacement digitizer, buy a complete unit (digitizer, lcd and frame) you need a lot of practice and the right equiptment to remove just the digitizer because they are bonded to the lcd and are easily damaged. i'm in the uk and i use a company called partek. if you buy from ebay please do not buy the cheapest screen you can find, they will last about 3 months then fail. type in iphone 4s genuine lcd. thatway you will get a good quality unit.
I to had that exact same problem. Somehow I had managed to crack my lcd screen. I almost pitched it out to begin with because I saw some repair places that wanted 99.00 for a replacement screen. I don't think I paid that much for the phone when it was new. Anyway I found the lcd screen on a very popular web site and it cost me 15.00 that included two small tools to help with the repair. A screwdriver and a Pry tool. And shipping was included. I figured that was worth a chance of fixing the phone. I may just have had "dumb beginner's luck" but I was able to do the repair and my phone now works like a charm. The phone itself has two small screws under the decorative plastic cover at the top of the opended flip phone. (just above the chrome piece above the LG logo. Just gently pry that loose and you will see the small screws.
At the bottom of that same area you will see 2 round dots one in each corner. Once again gently pry them up with a very small tipped tool. Mine popped off very easily. That is the four screws that hold the cover over the lcd screen. You will once again have to gently pry the cover off after the screws are removed. It sort of snaps into place to secure the cover over the lcd screen. After you pop the cover off you are ready to remove the screen. The speaker is attached via two small wires at the top of the lcd screen. I took my soldering gun and removed the two wires (my phone were red and blue wires) but that is the only soldered wires to deal with. At the bottom right hand side of the lcd was a connection, I guess one might even call it a plug. Just lift up on it a little and remove the broken screen. then slip the new screen into place. Make sure you reseat the small plug at the bottom and very gently without applying to much heat attache the speaker to the two small wires we talked about earlier at the top of the screen. Oh yeah, the screen comes shipped with protective plastic covering over both screens the plast needs to be removed prior to inserting into place as you begin working with the new screen. Anyway then all you have to do is put the cover back on, gently snap in in place, then put the four screws back in and replace the decorative covers. and you should now be back in business. It took me about 10 minutes and like I said earlier cost me 15.00. I hope this helps someone. I'm not a great writer but I did find this task very easy and extremely cost effective.
1. You can DIY 2. You can have it repaired professionally.
If you attempt to complete the repair yourself you will need a T-6 screw driver and a 6103 LCD. Both items can be found on eBay. Search 6013 LCD and you will find them. The repair on this particular phone is not bad at all if willing to take on the risk. The most important thing to watch for is exposing the device to static electricity. This will kill the device. The potential problem with this is the issue can also be a slightly torn flex cable or a faulty LCD module which houses the LCD and connects to the flex cable. You can potentially purchase an LCD to find "that's not it".
You can pass the liability on to a repair center who stock these parts and provide a warranty. Standard repair warranties are 90 days depending on the type of repair request. If you are in the USA. My personal and professional recommendation for repair service is Cell Phone Technicians If in the UK see Mobile Phone Repairs
I hope I was able to provide some quick options for you.
I’m surprised that instead of getting a response to my question posted yesterday in your Forum I’m getting an offer to switch to your Premium Assistance Plan. Nevertheless, I partially solved the problem.I found out that I need just the small outer LCD for Nokia 6103. I already found it on eBay.
But the main question remains: I need instructions, manual or pictures how to replace a broken outer Mini Display for Nokia 6103.
you can replace the broken LCD screen. Its an easy process. Go to ebay and purchase a replacement LCD Screen for your phone but make sure its a full replacement screen front an back. Then all you have to do is unscrew the the screes that are on the inside lid of the phone, take the front faceplate off, pop out the old and put in the new. Its easy
On the front side of the phone above the camera eye you can carefully (either with your fingernail or a small screwdriver) pry the plastic apart. Once you have the top apart a little bit work your way down each side, once the top and sides are loose you can slide the cover up and off. Once open ther will be a green board around and over the lcd, remove two small connectors on the top and one small one on the bottom underneath the board. When the green board is off look on the sides of the LCD and you will see four points securing it into the phone, carefully pry out on each of these and you can then remove the LCD. Replacement is reverse. Good luck.