Введение

The circuit board controls whether any other function of the phone works at all. The circuit board cannot be replaced without replacing the entire unit, but removing it provides access to other replaceable parts.

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Place the phone on a flat surface with the front facing down.
  • Place the phone on a flat surface with the front facing down.

  • Insert your finger under the gray plastic cover at the bottom end of the phone.

  • Lift the cover off the phone.

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Place your thumb in the notch in the lower left corner of the battery compartment.
  • Place your thumb in the notch in the lower left corner of the battery compartment.

  • Lift the battery up and away from the phone.

  • Remove the battery.

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  • Locate the metal slider that holds the SIM card in place.

  • Push the slider away from the metal flap which contains the SIM card. The flap will pop up.

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  • Lift the metal flap to gain access to the bottom of the SIM card.

  • Remove the SIM card by sliding it out parallel to the bottom of the flap.

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  • Extend the antenna.

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  • Remove the four 4.8 mm Torx T6 screws from the corners of the back of the phone.

  • If the antenna is not fully extended, the top left screw will not be accessible.

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  • Gently lift off the back half of the phone and set to the side.

  • Permanent circuit connections prevent the cover from completely separating from the phone. Do not attempt to disconnect these circuits.

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Заключение

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Amber King

Участник с: 22.10.2012

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Clemson, Team 15-2, Benson Fall 2012 Member of Clemson, Team 15-2, Benson Fall 2012

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