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Ok..#1.take the battery out.. then youll have to remove the 2 screws that hold the modem part of the phone in.gently pryup on the modem ,on the side with out the usb charger port..slip a thin flat tipp screw driver in there and slide it towards the bottom of the phone. there are littler plastic clips carefull not to break them.then youll see where the bottom of the flex cable plugs in.unplug it.then flip the phone over,in the 4 cornors of the screen side of the flip there are tiny little rubber plugs. pop them out and undo the screws in there.near the top of the screen there is a little slot on the right side of the screen ..gently pop the cover off the screen..unplug the flex cable from the screen.and carefully remove the screen.be careful not to damage the buttons on the sides of the screen.then close the flip and turn the phone over..looking into the battery part of the phone,on the top right hand side of the hindge there is another little screw,remove that.then again turn the phone over and stick a flat tip screw driver into the open hole and pop the chrome roller out.then very carefully youll be able to seperate the 2 halfs. look on the back side of the keyboard youll see little metal tabs folded over that holds the key board in place..the keyboard and the flex cable are one piece, just revers the procedure to replace.." BE VERY CAREFUL RUNNING THE FLEX CABLE THREW THE HINGE AS IT CAN DAMAGE VERY EASLY." IF YOU NEED MORE ASSISNT CONTACT WWW.PHOENIXTEC.CA they are very helpful
most likely its the top screen ribbon.Because when you open the ds all the way it might push the ribbon in just enough to be read but when not open it cant read the top screen and it will shut down.I have instructions on how to change a top screen you can use them to put the ribbon back in. the only difference is you don't need to unplug the white and black wires.First you need a tri wing screwdriver and a cross screwdriver.You can
get both on ebay.Then their are seven screws four tri wing and three
cross.You will need to pry the back off be very careful.Start on the
side that doesn't have the on off switch and work your way around.Once
you have the back off unscrew the two cross screws that hold the logic
board on.Then unplug the white and black wifi
and mic wires they snap on and off.Then flip the logic board over by
pushing the bottom screen out.On the other side is where the ribbon for
the top screen is.To get the hinge apart their are two more cross
screws in the top left corner take them out that releases the
hinge.very carefully roll the ribbon so you can get it through the
metal ring and the wires pull the wires first.to get the top apart the
four cross screws are above and below the speakers
under those small squares.A needle will get them out easily .Once you
get the screws out then slid the back of the top up 1/8 of an inch then
pull the back off carefully.You need to push the screen out and
unsolder the speaker wires or use new ones.Make sure when putting it
back together you roll the new ribbon the right way look at the old one
to find out .Getting the old ribbon out and the new one in is a little
difficult so take it all apart first and get the wires out then the
ribbon and put the ribbon in first.
Look at the end of the door where the latch is located. The latch may have flipped to the closed possition when the door was open.There is a U shaped piece that when the door hits the post on the door jam it flips up to hold the door shut.If you can get the passinger door open you can see what it looks like in the open position. If this is the problem just hold the door handle like you are opening the door and with a srew driver or even your finger you can push than U piece back down.To keep your door from freezing shut try putting sone silicone spray on a paper towl and wiping it on the rubber door seal.Spray a little on the door latch as well.
Moto RAZR phones are notorious for this. Best thing to do - Get a new phone. Inside of the hinge, there is a sensor that detects if the phone is open or shut. When you open the phone, it still thinks its closed, so the screen stays white, and if im correct the outside display should still work. Pretty much not-fixable unless you know someone who can take it apart and re-position the sensor (will void the warranty)
if you open the v3 phone flip...you shall see 4 rubbers...remove the rubbers with a very small flat bit screw driver then unscrew the 4 screws in the phone then use the small flat bit onc more to open the phone cover, then remove the silver button on each side of the phone, unclip the cable leading to the camera and also the clip connecting to the lcd once those are removed then replace the old screen with the new one.
I used a micro screw driver set that can be purchased at Home Depot. There are two hidden screws: one on the top piece where the display is and one on the bottom piece where the keyboard is. The hidden screw on the top piece is under a silver rubber circle at center bottom of piece. The hidden screw on the bottom piece is under a silver rubber water drop shape located by the antena. These rubber covers can be removed by wedging them out with a mirco flat screw driver or pin.
most flip phones, or flip anythings use magnets and sensors to detect if they're closed or not.
Let's do a little experiment. Take a magnet. Now, run that magnet just above and right of the opened RAZR keypad. If your phone acts like it's been closed, then there's nothing wrong with the sensor. That's a GOOD thing. All that needs replacing is the magnet in the top part of the phone. It's located the bottom right of an open phone below the screen, right beside the camera on the inside. Replacing it is as simple as going to http://www.cnn.cn and ordering a new one. (you'll need a T7 driver to open the top part of the housing)
If it doesn't shut off then the sensor itself is shot. As far as I know, there's no where on the net to get a replacement component for it.