Repairing Nokia 2115i Motherboard
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Replacing the motherboard.
- Author: Shane
- Time required: 15 to 30 minutes
- Difficulty: Moderate
To replace the motherboard, phone disassembly is required.
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Locate the spudger. A photo of the correct spudger is provided to the left.
Turn the front of the phone to face you. Find the two small square holes on the bottom left and right sides of the faceplate.
Insert the spudger into each square hole and push up to detach the face plate.
Locate the 6 screws on the metallic sheet that previously held the keypad. (This sheet, shown in the pictures, is the top side of the motherboard).
Note: 2 of the screws are on the bottom corners, 2 are on the right and left edges of the phone below the screen, and 2 are on the very top corners of the phone, above the screen.
Warning: The middle two screws are attached to the base of the phone with two black plastic rings. Use tweezers to remove the screws carefully to avoid breaking the plastic rings
Use a size T6 Torx screwdriver to remove each of these 6 screws.
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