Question about Nokia 6126 Cellular Phone
Ok I figured it out.
Here's a quick guide.
-Take out the 2 visible screws beneath the battery cover.
-pry phone apart from between the side buttons and silver.
-There will be a connection port. Free that up and remove the small rubber piece above it.
-Pry off the corner pieces (This was the hardest part)
-Pry apart the the black and silver casing, starting at the end closer to the camera.
-Remove board, unplug the screens and replace.
A tip for putting it back together--I had trouble getting it together so the spring would work. Put it together in the open position.
I did this a week or so ago so I may have missed something
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Posted on Apr 12, 2008
You need to take the phone to a mobile service center and have them replace it for you.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It's pretty simple repair. Pull bezel, unscrew braces around edges and swap screen out. Where did you find the lenticular at? I have the same TV and can't find the part online.
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