Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
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Posted on Sep 25, 2007
The problem lies in that the speaker is connected to the Front part of the phone and the mother board is connected to te back part of the phone. Since the speaker is not soddered correctly to the motherboard, rather it is held to gether with pressure, the contact becomes undone. Hence sometimes you hear sound and other times you do not hear sounds. The solutions is complicated: First remove the battery and unplug the phone from any parepherals/the electric socket to prevent electric shock. I'd recommend wearing a wrist grounder to provent electrostatic discharge to the phone when it is open, though many argue it is unnessasary. There are 4 screws covered by soft rubbery circles about 2mm diameter at each corner of the LCD screen. Remove the circles. Next find a screw driver that is 6 pointed star shape and small to fit the screws. If the screws are capped, apply super glue to the screw and let a screw driver set in place to remove the screws. Lift away the the front plate and look for a speaker at the top. It should be attached with an orange film called "kapton film" with wire like things on it. It should feel like an over head transparency. Now, Insert your own Kapton film *available at electronic stores, or kapton tape or under the mother board where the connection to the speaker is made. Other plastic ie electrical tape, however the kapton is graded for this type of use. By inserting this film it applies pressure nessasary to keep the Speaker held to the mother board, so really wedge alot in there to get the good connection. Reassemble the phone, but in the battery and test the sound. Keep repeating till it works, it takes a little fanagling to get it right. I have fixed a V180, V300 and one motoral razr using this technique. Hopefully it works for you.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
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