Hi Please can you help me. I have removed all the retaining screws but the back is still attached at the top. Apparently there are 4 screws under the hot shoe plate. How do you remove the hot shoe plate to access the screws?
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Remove the battery cover from the back side of the cell phone. Remove the battery from its compartment and set it aside.
Use the screwdriver to remove the Phillips-head screws from the back panel of the cell phone. You may also need to remove the antenna from its retaining slot and remove it from the cell phone if you can
Separate the back panel of the cell phone from the rest of the cell phone's body. Place the cell phone face up and then remove the cell phone's faceplate from the rest of the cell phone. This should leave the LCD screen, keypad and circuit board completely exposed.
Tilt the LCD screen downward and then disconnect the LCD screen's ribbon cable from the LCD screen and set the screen aside.
Repeat this procedure in reverse to replace the LCD screen and reassemble the cell phone.
You may follow the below mentioned steps to replace the lamps :
1. Power off the LCD TV. Unplug the AC power cord from the television and the electrical socket or power strip. 2. Locate the plastic or rubber grommets or screw hole covers on the rear edges of the LCD TV. Use an awl or small flat head screwdriver remove the rubber pieces from the screw holes by gently inserting the tool into the hole and prying out the cap. Note that on a few LCD TVs, the grommets or screw hole covers may be on the front face of the unit. 3. Loosen and remove the screws in the holes from which you removed the plastic or rubber grommets. Set the screws aside and keep them together. 4. Remove the plastic shield that protects the input ports on the rear of the TV if the unit has one. To remove the shield, use the awl to pry the plastic tabs loose or remove the retaining screws with the screwdriver. 5.Use the flat head screwdriver or awl to separate the front and rear pieces of the monitor casing. Start on the lower edge of the casing and gently pry the two pieces apart. Work your way around the outer edge of the television and separate the tabs until you can pull the front face off the casing. Remove the front bezel piece from the television. 6. Locate the inverter board below the LCD screen on the TV. The inverter board is small circuit board with wire connector plugs on either side. Disconnect the plug on the right side of the inverter board that leads to the backlight lamp bulb. 7. Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws on the edges of the LCD screen that attach it to the rear part of the TV casing. After you remove all of the screws that secure the LCD screen, place the screen face down on a soft towel. 8. Remove the screws that secure the back light lamp in its track. If the wire leading from the back light lamp to the inverter board uses clamps or ties to secure the cable, disconnect or remove them. Remove the backlight lamp from the TV casing. 9. Insert the new backlight lamp into the track and secure with the retaining screws you removed from the old bulb assembly. Run the wire through the clamps or ties as needed to position the wire plug next to the inverter board. 10. Realign the LCD screen with the screw holes in the rear part of the TV casing. Insert the retaining screws and tighten them. Connect the wire plug from the back light lamp to the inverter board. 11. Replace the front part of the TV casing and snap into place. Reinsert the retaining screws in the holes on the rear of the TV and tighten with the Phillips screwdriver. Replace the plastic or rubber grommets and push them into place securely. 12. Reconnect the AC power cord and plug it into the wall socket. Power on the TV and use normally.
Remove the center cover and the screws attached to the radiator grille. Pull the radiator grille out of the engine compartment and set it on the ground.
Use a T30 Torx screwdriver to remove the two primary retaining screws from the headlight assembly. Make a note of each screw's original location--they're not interchangeable, so you'll need to put them back in the right slot to reassemble the light.
Draw the headlamp assembly away from the car and then disconnect the electrical wiring connector.
Release the wire clip on the back of the headlight assembly and remove the cover.
Disconnect headlight electrical connector and turn the bulb socket counterclockwise to remove it from the assembly. Install the new bulb, replace the cover and reattach the electrical connector.
Reconnect the headlight assembly wiring connector. Test the new bulb to make sure it works before replacing the retaining screws and radiator grille.
Hi,before replacing the screen,why don't you dry out the LCD screen to get rid of the moisture,you can use a hand dryer to dry out the moisture of the screen after taking it out.If after drying the screen the problem remains,then you can go ahead to get a new screen.
Here is a detailed step on how to dissassemble your P1i;
Tools required: Torx 6 screwdriver, Phillips size 0 screwdriver
First remove the battery cover, battery, memory card and stylus. Remove the three screws you see
Run your fingernail around the join of the back cover and then pry the back cover off
Now remove the two screws you can see at the top of the phone
Now run your fingernail along the join of the front cover and you'll hear the clips, which hold the cover on, click. The front cover is on quite tight so use some force to pry the cover off
Remove the keypad and lift the part underneath from right to left, this will reveal two more screws. Remove these screws
Remove the metal plate that the screws were holding in place and you now have access to the ribbon which attaches the screen to the circuit board
Detach the ribbon to remove the LCD screen. The ribbon attaches like a plug and socket. Simply lift the ribbon up away from the circuit board to detach it
You have now removed the LCD screen
then you dry,
Reverse the whole process to reassemble.
However,the LCD screen costs $92.if you have the reason to purchase it.
Thanks and take care
Remove the door trim panel and detach the inner panel water deflector. With the glass in the down position, pull out the front portion of the glass run weatherstrip.
Fig. 1: Unfasten the attaching nuts from the mirror base studs, then remove the mirror
Remove the attaching bolts and screws from the front glass run channel lower retainer to filler, then rotate retainer rearward.
Remove the noise control patch to gain access to the screw at the belt, then remove the screw.
Remove the filler attaching screws at the top front of the window frame, then remove the mirror and filler from the door.
Remove the attaching nuts from the mirror base studs, then remove the mirror.
Be sure that the mirror gasket is aligned.
Replace the mirror and filler on the door. Install the filler attaching screws at the top front of the window frame. Attach the nuts to the mirror studs and tighten.
Install the screw at the belt, then insert the noise control patch.
Insert the retainer, then install the attaching bolts and screws to the front glass run channel lower retainer to filler.
Replace the front portion of the glass run weatherstrip, insert the inner panel water deflector, then reinstall the door trim panel.
Remove the mirror remote control escutcheons and door trim panel. Detach the inner panel water deflector and the electrical connector for the mirror.
NOTE: Right side remote mirror may require detaching part of the instrument panel.
With the glass in the down position, pull out the front portion of the glass run weatherstrip.
Remove the attaching bolts and screws from the front glass run channel lower retainer to filler and rotate retainer rearward.
Remove the noise control patch to gain access to the 0.3 in. (7mm) screw at the belt and remove the screw.
Remove the filler attaching screws at the top front of the window frame.
Remove the mirror base with mirror and electric connector from the door.
Remove the mirror to filler attaching nuts and remove the mirror and electric wire from filler.
To install, reverse Steps 1 through 6. Be sure electric wire is routed around front glass run channel retainer and installed to the clip. Tighten the nuts to 72 inch lbs. (8 Nm).
Connect the negative battery cable, then reset the clock, radio and any other accessories if required.
hi, it sounds like the backlight inverter is failing. you will need to remove the screen surround to acess it . make sure you remove all power and battery before atempting. its not too difficult a job to attempt. remove any rubber bumpers around the screen to reveal the screws holding the surround in place, remove the screws then you will need to clip out the surround taking care not to damage your screen. when the surround is off this should expose the backlight inverter a small circuit board about 10-15cm long there are wires attached either end its simply a case of removing the wires and replacing the inverter. putting back together is simply a reversal of the dismantling proceedure.
hope this helps
First, purchase your replacement LCD display for your exact model of Toshiba A135. I found mine for about $110 with shipping.
There are five screws hidden beneath rubber bumpers around the screen. Carefully use a small flat screwdriver to remove the pencil eraser sized rubber bumpers - one at each corner, with the fifth at the top center. Make sure you carefully remove the sticky stuff they used to adhere the bumper to the screw as well. Set these carefully aside.
Remove the five screws and set them aside.
Gently press down at the inside plastic frame until it pops out slightly. Gently press towards the center of the screen at the sides of the inside plastic frame until it pops out.
Carefully separate the front and back plastic shell around the screen. Set the front plastic frame aside. You may need to loosen some of the white tape used to keep wires attached to the rear plastic shell. Gently lower the rear plastic shell away from the LCD, but leave as many wires attached as possible.
On the back of the LCD there is a large cable. Carefully pull up the tape that holds this cable in place and pull the cable down to remove it. You will also have another piece of white tape on the back of the LCD to peel back. The tape is important - don't tear it or get your fingers in it to remove its stick!
At one end you will see a set of a few wires plugged into a piece still attached to the rear plastic shell. Unplug this.
No wires should still be plugged into the LCD anywhere at this point.
Around the LCD there are six small screws. Remove these and set them aside. You now have now removed the old LCD.
Reverse this process to re-assemble.
You may want to use some blue LockTite (which can be found at hardware stores) for the screws as you replace them. Additionally, you might need a little rubber cement to re-attach the rubber bumpers at the last step. If you do not re-attach these bumpers, your screen will quickly become scratched by your keyboard touching it when the lid is closed.