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Last few days my nokia 6288 phon botton was not wok properly. then i went switched off my phn , bt i could not, at last i open battary.but now my phn still off, i cant open it. hardwer machanic also chang...


usual common problem of this phone is the flex connector that power is also connected on it. in this case, mobile technician should have a patience of retying several flex or ribbon cause some spare parts not perfectly made or a factory defect.If too many flex connector test and still don;t work,

i may suggest to that technician to remove the main board from the housing and program the phone with an appropriate firmware..

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I flip the phone open and the screen is blank. Cannot tell if it is on or off.


Hello,

there is nothing wrong with your screen, the problem is from the flex that connects your screen to the phone's main board. This flex must have worn out that's why your screen is not displaying any picture.

The problem is common with flip and slide phones. The flex gets worn out as a result of constant opening and close of the flip or slide phone.

I would urge you to replace the flex and I am assuring you that your screen will display picture again. You might also be lucky to find out that the flex is not well fix, that is, it may have loosed contact.

If you cannot change the flex yourself, maybe you should take the phone to a local repairer within your vicinity, so that the flex can be fixed/replaced.

Take care.

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Nokia 5800 screen problems


simply go to nokia house and change the flex of the phone

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I want to change full body of my nokia 9500


first on your task is surely to buy a genuine casing for your phone... changing it is another, it quite hard for a not-so-techie person to change it by himself because, 9500 series have a flex ribbon connecting the two boards(upper and lower) and it quite difficult to handle, and might get up torn.. i suggest you take it to an authorized nokia center for replacement of your housing

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How do you replace an LCD screen on Nokia E66


Undo 6 screws on back of rear housing, [2 near sim reader, rest on body .] When back pops off , be careful to release Sim flex , as it will tear easily. Disconnect main flex between 2 halves of phone.Remove main board , then undo 2 small screws at the top of phone .This will release the front housing. The LCD JUST FLIPS OFF THE CONNECTOR ON THE FRONT FLEX, be gentle with the handset and removal! . To rebuild , just repeat in reverse, as is quite simple, but BE GENTLE!!

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I CHANGED THE COVER (6131) AND NOW MY SCREEN GET OUT FROM ORDER


your screen dosnt display anything?I am not quite sure what your asking but ill take a crack at it anyway.you changed the housing and when you put the phone back together the lcd stoped working,if this is the case you either disconnected your lcd or you damaged the flex cable to the lcd,either way you need to open your phone back up just the top part where the lcd is,you should beable to see the flex cable coming from the phone to the lcd if it looks connected disconect and reconnect and try it if this does not work you may need a new flex cable wich means that you may have to get a whole new keypad cause the flex cable usually only disconnects from one side,well good luck

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Sony Ericsson W300i Removing the Housing


The housing is difficult to do. You have to be careful to not rip the flex cable that connects the two pieces. Once you remove the orange button on the side you will see a blue circular type pin. You must push that in all the way while gradually pulling your phone apart. Also at the same time you want to watch to make sure the flex cable don't snag itself of the folding parts. It slides in one way and you must be careful to not rip it. It is kind of in an S shape and slides in very delicately. once you get this part then the rest is easy to do. I hope this helps some and good luck. And yes I do repair these and replace all the parts on these phones so I know how difficult it can be for the first time. If you have anymore questions or if you want me to elaborate more on this just let me know.

GOOD LUCK!!!!

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Faceplate


Found this on Howard Forums. Sorry no photos.

CHANGING HOUSING/FACEPLATE:

Take off your battery, unscrew the screws on the back of the phone with a T6 screw driver.

Pry off the back plate,lift up circuit board gently(be mindful of flex cable) remove the flex cable from mail board by lifting brown part by the connector,

Unscrew then next 2 set of screws(be careful of flex cable!) remove the LCD board from the faceplate.

Now put the LCD Panel into the new faceplate. Find the new back slide and put your sliding rails on.(you may also put the slide magnets on from the old housing) carefully thread your flex cable through the opening.

Snap the Back slider on and then screw in the screws, then take the keypad housing and screw it into the slide rails.

Reconnect the flex cable by putting the brown hatch up(gently with finger nail) gently feeding the cable into the connector until the white line is about to the end of the connector.

Then put the brown thing down and apply little pressure.

Put the mail circuit board back into the phone with the headset jack going in first.

Then snap it back into place.

Transfer your speaker over the the new back housing with the prongs facing up.

Then screw on the back housing.

Replace battery and your DONE!!!




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Flex cable


It's fairly simple to replace a flex cable if that's the culprit. This is a flex cable: http://cnn.cn/shop/motorola-razr-keyboard-flex-cable-p-300.html It's got adhesive on it so if you plan on repairing yours, you need to peal your old one off. That's really no big deal, the thing you REALLY need to worry about is damaging your keypad when removing it from your housing. You might want to order a new one just incase for that very reason. Be aware that unlike the V3c's flex cable which is a separate cable that connects to the main board to go up to the upper part of the phone, the V3's keyboard flex has its cable attached, which means you must open the top portion of your phone as well. Opening the bottom part of the phone is simple. Opening the top part is where things get slightly tricky, if you're not careful you could really damage your phone.

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