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Rubber Parts needed

The left rubber bumper on my V3xx fell out and I can't find it. Can I buy the parts?

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  • gbeag Jun 03, 2008

    Does anyone know where you can buy those little rubber feet on the motorola razr v3xx that are attached to the display screen? I had the left one fall out on me, so I am looking for replacements. They are currently black.

  • Anonymous Jun 06, 2008

    the little black bumper also fell of of my brand new motorazr, model no...V3xx. How can i go about replacing it?

  • riggerseal Sep 07, 2008

    To Whom It May Concern:

    The small plastic and/or rubber "Charger Cover" broke and ultimately pulled out of my r3xx cell telephone. Now the rx33 charger door is totally open to dirt and water contamination. Does anyone sell this small 2 cent part? I know it is a small deal, but would like to get it replaced. Obviously Motorola wants to sell another phone and simply let their existing customers go without any repair parts.

    Please help me find this part.

    Thank you,

    David
    riggerseal@aol.com

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I have had the same issue, twice now. Here's where you can get the replacement pads for the Razr V3xx phone. Each full set of pads is $2.99. The company is Cellular Nationwide Network at:

https://cnn.cn

The first set I had to order arrived just fine (goes through customs, since this is a Canadian company) and fit perfectly. I order two sets at a time since this seems to be a recurrent issue with this phone, and to make it worth the $5.00 shipping charge (which is pretty reasonable).

Good luck!

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

  • Idgal Jun 16, 2008

    Oh, I should also tell you where to find this part at https://cnn.cn.



    it is listed under Razr V3i OEM black rubber screw covers



    :)

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Actually you can buy the lil rubber stoppers on ebay but there kind of a rip off i think like 5 bucks for 3 or 4 of those lil things. the phone looks alot nicer with them tho so it might be somethign you want to invest in. i can probably send you some in an envelope, what color is it black or gray? you can plop them back in and but a lil crazy glue on the end to keep it in there

Posted on May 29, 2008

I found this website - they call the part 'USB Grommet Cover', in all different colors.

http://www.cellphone-repair-shop.com/motorola-v3xx-razr-cellphone-parts.php


Posted on Oct 07, 2008

Use superglue when you stick the pads back in the holes. The original glue is not strong enough.

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Not sure if you can buy parts but the same thing happened to me. It also happened to my girlfriends phone but she has the origianl razor, not sure of the model number.

I think it's a common problem. I'd suggest contacted a service centre to see if they have any and how much, etc.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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<span>opened torx screws as above, found connector after separation of bezel, careful not to lose screws or rubber plugs (reglue with rubber cement) or the keys (which have a direction to them)...connector for camera is easy (goes to camera, duh!) ...other (white) one is for screen(s) ...pushed it in, screens back ...had to open it again 'cuz it came loose again ...cleaned with RadioShack Control/Contact Cleaner & Lubricant #64-4315 ...pushed it back in very well until I felt it "seated" ...all is fine now...lost 1 of the rubber bumpers ...bought on ebay or from cnn.cn ...all this is for RazrV3 fone... look here for guides: http://incipiotech.com/moto/motorola_v3_housing_guide.PDF and also here: http://www.cellexcompany.com/install/v3_install.pdf ...I had torx drivers and open tool ...cannot be done without torx driver ...can use edge of credit card instead of open tool ...overall VERY EASY to do for even silly me who dropped fone on bathroom floor!!<br />So Thanks</span>

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  6. Then reverse the process to reassemble the phone back together.
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