Find dependable vendor to replace lcd screen in my tmobile dash
I am trying to find someone local (St. Louis, MO) to replace the lcd screen (cracked) in my TMobile Dash, however will settle for out of state vendor if someone can vouch for them... Any ideas, and could you please list by most affordable first?
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Re: find dependable vendor to replace lcd screen in my...
The cheapest LCD you can get is out of Florida for $25.00 shipped to your door. I can repair it for you for less than $50.00 check me out on ebay id: http://myworld.ebay.com/313access I refurbish these on a regular.
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You can try to do it yourself, there is a T-Mobile G1 Repair Guide and the parts are available on Ebay. If all elese fails there are third party T-Mobile G1 Repair Services but that can be quite pricey.
HTC is the manufacterer of your Wing. They have a repair program. This is their information locally for you: Philippines Address: 147, Yakal St. Makati City, Philippines Tel: +632 7283388 Fax: +632 7283333 Opening hours: 1.Service date: Monday to Saturday (not included public holiday) 2.Service hour: 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM (Monday to Friday ) 3.Service hour: 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Saturday)
I am going to assume that this device is out of warranty. Fair warning, less experience, if I were you, I wouldn't even touch it for repairs on my own. Call you local T-Mobile dealer and ask to recommend a local cell phone fix-all store. Or you can do like I did and provided you backed everything up, go to EBAY. Believe it or not, the cost is about the same and in most cases less than 1/2 a new one.
Obviously buy a replacement screen; there are Hong Kong vendors on eBay and of course otherwise who can put you on to the replacement and a tool to get it in there. See also helpful videos on YouTube. Did you try at all to find help on your own?
If the entire phone still works (make and receive calls, recharges, etc), then you probably just need a new screen. Two basic options:
Buy the screen and do the replacement yourself. Usually about $50 or a little more (depends on your shipping and if they include the tools). You can find videos online for how to do the repair.
Have someone do the replacement for you. When my phone broke, the following place did the repair: http://www.mobile-device-repair.com. They had it fixed in under a week, did a great job, and it was just $75 total. A lot cheaper than buying a new phone and I didn't have to worry about screwing it up by doing it myself.