Question about Samsung SYNC SGH-A707 Cellular Phone
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Once you have the screws loose, they sometimes stay in the housing. That is okay as long as they are loose from the mounts. The top half only has the two screws. Once they are removed, work the seem with an opening tool, or strong fingernails. Gently pry open the seem and it will start to pop apart. Be careful in the top half because the flex for the surface buttons is attached to the outer housing or front cover. Once you have it snapped loose, you have to unplug that flex, so be careful not to tear it.
Once you have the phone apart, brush all components (not the screen) with 91% rubbing alcohol and a soft bristle brush.
If you want, you can also try leaving the phone in a bag of dry rice. That tends to wick out moisture quite well.
The only risk there is that once moisture is in a phone, it tends to start corroding. It can work fine for quite some time, and then have problems later so I recommend disassemble and clean if at all possible.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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