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I have a motorola v195 and I can't get the faceplate pried off to change the lcd screen. I have the lower part pried apart but the top part at the hinge is stuck fast.

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  • choppertyme Jun 06, 2008

    True that, Sandy. The rub is that I need to replace the lcd screen and have to get the plate off. Aside from my trusty Billy Builder hammer, I've not been able to figure out how to get the last bit loose.

  • choppertyme Jun 11, 2008

    Thanks to some pictures I found of a bare flip housing, there are two screws that hold the fascia on and you have to pry up the two stickers that cover them (just below the lens.) Basically, take a razor blade and gently work it under one side of the sticker then pry it up thus exposing the two screws. Undo the screws and there you go.

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If I am not mistaken those are not suppose to come off, but any new face place just snaps over the original.
Hope this helps

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