Question about LG VX8300 Cellular Phone
Was told to remove faceplate and pat dry... how do i remove the plate
This just happened to me when my son dropped it in a glass of water this morning. You have to remove the battery and the 2 screws behind that plate and the 2 toward the bottom of the phone, then remove the small red plastic piece at the top back. There's another screw behind that. Then you can carefully pry the plate off. For the front plate you have to open the phone and remove ( I used a pin) the 2 little rubber nubs at the bottom of the screen. Then remove those 2 screws. Then, starting at the top front, carefully pry the front plate off. The front plate didn't come off as easily as the back one for me, but I was eventually able to get it with a flathead screwdriver without anything getting damaged.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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