Is there a way for me to reconnect the face portion of the phone back to the base? The phone still works completely, but it is just in two pieces. Bring it to the tech counter at verizon, or can I don something myself?
If the actual sliding mechanism has broken, then the phone most likely needs replacement or a trip to the manufacturer. If you have insurance on your phone, Verizon will cover it. Even if you don't have insurance, take it to the nearest Verizon shop.
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If you're referring to your display brightness, you can control this in your Settings. Use the Settings App and Open the Brightness &Wallpaper menu. Select the brightness level on the slider and flip to auto-brightness if you like. This will adjust brightness based on ambient lighting detected by your front-facing camera. If that's causing you problems, disable the auto-brightness and just control it manually from the slider.
No the Slider strip doesn't come separately because the strip is merged permanently to a circuit that has your earpiece ,light sensor,and front camera you cannot seperate it in any manner because the only unlockable part over there is the LCD screen .i would recommend you to get your phone serviced from nokia care only because the strip is the most important part in a slider .. even if you get a local strip installed from a local mobile repair center it wont last for a month ..even i had the same problem 4 months back ..because quality of the strip matters .......
had this happen on my samsung impression press together the front and back portion of the phone to see if the case became misaligned. You should have 8 corners to ensure are snug. If that does not work you might have a broken spring.
My handset displays either LOAD DELTA FILE or LOAD DEFAULT DELTA FILE. What should I do?
Tip 1 of 2 If the handset is not responding normally, you may need to reset your telephone system. Complete the following steps to reset the telephone system: Step 1: Disconnect the power to the telephone base.
Step 2: Disconnect the handset battery.
Step 3: Wait a few minutes and then reconnect the power to the telephone base.
Step 4: Reconnect the handset battery
Step 5: Wait about one minute for the handset to re-establish a link with the telephone base and then test the phone again.
Start by removing the battery and the four small Phillips-head screws around the battery. Next, remove the plate on the back of the phone, below the battery panel. The panel is stuck in place with sticky foam and might be hard to peel off. Then remove the two small phillips-head screws. Next use a tiny (glass repair kit) flat-head screwdriver to pry the two halves of the base apart at the seam.
This is where it gets tricky. Gently take each piece off one-by-one. But to separate the screen you have to slide it half way and hold it in place while you unplug the ribbon cable from the circuit board in the base of the phone. Then disconnect the arm from the slider and slide the phone open to remove the two screws behind the silver stickers on either side of the camera "shutter". Now pry the slider housing apart as with the base.
Disconnect AC power adapter from the back/bottom of base unit, then connect it again properly.
OR, to resolve this issue, you have to re-register the handset.
To do this on a non-expandable cordless phone: Press and hold the LOCATOR/INTERCOM button on the Base until a beep sounds. Press and hold the FLASH/CALL WAIT button on the Handset until a beep is heard. When registration is complete, a beep sounds from the handset. Wait for 20 seconds after registration is complete to allow the handset to establish communications with the base. If this fails to help: Remove the AC Adapter from the phone base or wall outlet for a few seconds and reconnect. It may also be necessary to remove the battery from the handset for a brief moment.
To do this on a expandable cordless phone system: Press and hold the LOCATOR/INTERCOM button for the extension that is displaying "No Link To Base" on the Base until a beep sounds. Press and hold the FLASH/CALL WAIT button on the Handset that is displaying "No Link To Base" until a beep is heard. When registration is complete, a beep sounds from the handset. Wait for 20 seconds after registration is complete to allow the handset to establish communications with the base. If this fails to help: Remove the AC Adapter from the base or wall outlet for a few seconds and reconnect. It may also be necessary to remove the battery from the handset for a brief moment.
you must take the back cover of and remove the six screws to access the lower portion of the phone. Once you've done this remove the qwerty keypad. When you slide the phone back down you should see the back of the slider and two additional screws. Good luck.
After trying all the technician's suggestions had failed; I disconnected the base to return it to the store for replacement. Then I decided to try disconnecting and reconnecting power and phone line, placed handset back on base and the phone reset itself and is working fine...
Disconnect power and phone line from base for about 30 seconds and reconnect both power and phone line to base and place handset back on base; it should reset...
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
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
Transfer your speaker over the the new back housing with the
prongs facing up.