Pantech Phone

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How do I replace the screen to my pantech ease?

I have a Pantech ease with a cracked digitzer. How do I replace it?

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no 1 can answer huh?

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Turn off your phone and remove the battery. Remove the four screws located on each corner of the battery compartment. Pop the rectangular silver bar to the point where it connects to the side of the phone. Replace the screen and reassemble.

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1: Turn off phone

2: Remove battery & SIM card

3: Pop off the dimpled cover that surrounds the camera lens

4: Remove 6 screws around the edge of the black phone back

5: Unscrew the one additional screw in the center of the black cover

6: Remove the black phone back cover

7: Note where the volume & camera buttons are & how they are installed before proceeding

8: Lift up the loose side of the phone circuit board (the other side is connected by 2 ribbon cables

Note:Be carefull not to break the small ribbon cable next to the buttons

9: Unplug the larger ribbon cable from the circuit board

10: Lay the phone out like an open clam shell

11: Remove the 8 silver screws that connect the keyboard to the screen

12: Now that the screen is separated from the phone remove 6 screen screws (3 of the screws are covered by stickers)

13: Carefully push/pry to separate the screen back from the glass cover

Now you should be looking at the back of the rectangular touch screen in the glass case

14: Carfully unplug the littie black square circuit connector from the circuit board which controls the phone's send/end buttons (look at your new phone screent to see where that connector is located)

15: Carefully remove the touch screen, speaker & wires, & send/end button board (they are all connected together by a ribbon cable) The speaker should just pry out

16: Set the touch screen components down (screen side up)

17: Remove the send/end buttons from the old screen & install them in the new screen

Now you basically reverse the process to put the phone back together with the new screen.


A: Be mindful of which way you reconnect the keyboard slider to the screen. It only goes one way & the screw holes only line up when you are installing it correctly

B: Be sure that the volume & camera buttons are in their proper place before screwing the black back cover back on

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thnx ur the great person of world

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