Introduction

This guide will show you how to replace the keypad from the phone. You may need to replace it if the keypad doesn't work when attempting to dial.

Open up the phone with a metal spudger, sticking it in the bottom near the cord jack entry.
  • Open up the phone with a metal spudger, sticking it in the bottom near the cord jack entry.

  • Be careful with the amount of force you use, or the plastic may crack.

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Pull up on the spudger while simultaneously pulling up the top shell of the phone.
  • Pull up on the spudger while simultaneously pulling up the top shell of the phone.

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After unclipping the bottom half of the shell, pull upward from the position shown in the picture to detach the top half of the shell.
  • After unclipping the bottom half of the shell, pull upward from the position shown in the picture to detach the top half of the shell.

  • The cord connecting the speaker is short, and may detach if not done carefully.

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You will have the motherboard and speaker exposed to you.
  • You will have the motherboard and speaker exposed to you.

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Remove the two 10 mm screws using the 1/4" driver and a J1 Phillips screw head.
  • Remove the two 10 mm screws using the 1/4" driver and a J1 Phillips screw head.

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Carefully move the motherboard up to remove it.
  • Carefully move the motherboard up to remove it.

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Remove the speaker volume switch before trying to separate the keypad
  • Remove the speaker volume switch before trying to separate the keypad

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Carefully push the black tabs back to dislodge the motherboard.
  • Carefully push the black tabs back to dislodge the motherboard.

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Remove keypad bundle.
  • Remove keypad bundle.

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Conclusion

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

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