HI I WAS WONDERING IF ANY1 KNEW HOW TO REPLACE THE HOUSING ON THE NOKIA 8800. I HAVE A NEW CASE FOR IT BUT I DONT KNOW HOW TO REPLACE IT.. CAN SOME ONE PLEASE GIVE ME THE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO REPLACE THE HOUSING.. I.E. SCREEN COVER BACK COVER MIDDLE CLASS .. PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING..
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Operation is simple, just using the thin plastic plying tool or some thin flat bit screw driver (be sure to operate carefully not to scratch the surface of your phone) to edge up the old screen, then stick this new replacement screen at the same spot. Adhesive/glue has been pre-applied at the back of the replacement screen.
you will probably find it is infact the hose or hoses that have deteriated and leaking and not the housing. A bit on the aukward side but relatively simple to chang them. I used new car heater hose instead of the specified replacement hydrolic pipes from toyota and saved around £150!!! just follow the connections of the pipes and take off and replace. If however it is the pump housing loosen off the tensioning belt by undoing the tention pully bolt take off the belt and undo the mounting bolts attatched to the housing and simply lift it off. Either get the housing repaired or replace and refit bolts and tension the belt and tighten up the tension pulley bolts.
hi there i have had a nokia 8800 since the week it was released in the uk 2006 it is by far the best looking handset i have ever owned but i battle daily with it switching it's self off as it thinks it has low battery. from this this phone with a good battery fully charged expect no more than 24hrs standby and 35mins talktime on a good day