I just need to replace a cracked screen. I have the replacement screen, but while prying the old screen up, it looks as though it might pull the electronics up with the adhesive. I replace a v3 screen no problem. Do you know how to replace it without damaging the electronics of the phone?
Ya, be careful. i read online use a razor blade, jewelers screwdriver, etc to pry up on it, then take a piece of paper and work it back and forth till the screen is completely removed.
remove any bits of glass, then carefully clean off the old adheasive with a cloth or your finger. this is just what i read online. i am going to try this myself when i get the new glass screen in.
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You can purchase a screen repair kit from Ebay or Amazon for that phone. Replacing it is kinda scary if you have never done it before but trust me it is no big deal. You simply use small screw driver to pry up the broken screen and gently remove the old broken one. Use the kit to replace it. Good Luck!
If you look on your computer (usually on the bottom on laptops) you should be able to see a sticker with a specific model number for your computer. After you have your model number you should be able to find OEM replacement screens, just be careful and make sure the part matches up with your model number. The actual labor portion of replacing a screen is quite easy, but you will need some precision screwdrivers and something to pry the bezel off from around a screen (I used an old card from my wallet), from this point it's practically just unplugging the old screen and plugging the new one up, and then reassembly.
There is nothing more frustrating than a broken laptop screen. Whether you have dropped your laptop or stepped on it,once the screen is cracked it has to be replaced. Having the screen repaired may cost you almost as much as a new laptop. Purchasing a new screen from the manufacturer can also be expensive. Taking the time to look online at computer message boards or resellers can help you to find a reasonably priced screen. By following a few easy steps, you can replace your cracked screen and have a functioning laptop in an afternoon.
Determine what model laptop screen will fit your laptop. Ordering a screen directly from the manufacturer can be almost as expensive as buying a new laptop. Look at online computer message boards, auction sites and retailers to find less expensive options. Disconnect any power source, including the battery pack, from your laptop before you begin. Locate and remove the four to six screws that hold the bezel, or plastic frame cover, in place. The screws sometimes have small plastic or rubber covers over them. Pull the plastic bezel away from the screen cautiously, working around the edge. Some bezels snap in and out of place. A small flat-head screwdriver may be helpful in prying the edge of the bezel away from the screen. Pull the screen forward gently. You will find two main wires behind it. The ribbon-like wire, or video cable, is usually taped in place. Remove the tape and disconnect the video cable from your broken screen. Remove the broken screen from its metal frame. Connect the new screen to the video cable and pop it into the metal frame. Replace the tape, plastic frame and screws. Power up your computer and test your new screen. Hope this helps. b>
If the screen of your phone is not crack, the problem with your phone is just flex problem, the flex
on the screen of your phone is weak or worn out, this is a common
problem among slide or flip phone.
What you need to do is to
replace the flex on the screen of your phone, you can get this done by
going to any local phone repairer within your vicinity to help get it
fix or replace.
Once the flex is replace, your phone display
problem is solve and the screen will start displaying. But if the screen is crack, you will need to get a brand new screen to solve the problem.
Friend, thats LCD problem.the flex connector is cut or interface is broken. you can replace that one. if not the LCD is damage or broken so you need to replace the LCD. thts the only problem nothing else for sure.good luck