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Image 1/3: About half way down there is a small button with a few groves. Push this button in an upward fashion.  This will release the battery from the back of the cell phone. Image 2/3: About half way down there is a small button with a few groves. Push this button in an upward fashion.  This will release the battery from the back of the cell phone. Image 3/3: About half way down there is a small button with a few groves. Push this button in an upward fashion.  This will release the battery from the back of the cell phone.
  • Flip your phone over so the screen is facing down.

  • About half way down there is a small button with a few groves. Push this button in an upward fashion. This will release the battery from the back of the cell phone.

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Image 1/3: Use a spudger tool to pry apart the phone.  It may be a little difficult to pry open.  Use the flat part of the spudger tool and go all around the phone.  It will come apart. Image 2/3: Use a spudger tool to pry apart the phone.  It may be a little difficult to pry open.  Use the flat part of the spudger tool and go all around the phone.  It will come apart. Image 3/3: Use a spudger tool to pry apart the phone.  It may be a little difficult to pry open.  Use the flat part of the spudger tool and go all around the phone.  It will come apart.
  • Once the battery has been removed, you will need a small Phillips 60 mm screwdriver. Remove the two 1.2mm Phillips #1 screws on the back of the phone.

  • Use a spudger tool to pry apart the phone. It may be a little difficult to pry open. Use the flat part of the spudger tool and go all around the phone. It will come apart.

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Image 1/3: Don't forget to put the screws back in.  Place the battery back on the phone. Image 2/3: Push the two parts of the phone back together.  You will here a loud click when the phone is back together. Image 3/3: Push the two parts of the phone back together.  You will here a loud click when the phone is back together.
  • Once you have the phone apart simply remove the key pad and replace it with the new one.

  • Don't forget to put the screws back in. Place the battery back on the phone.

  • Push the two parts of the phone back together. You will here a loud click when the phone is back together.

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Conclusion

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

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