Introduction

This is a guide on how to replace the logic board on your Blackberry 7510.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove the battery cover and battery before continuing.
  • Remove the battery cover and battery before continuing.

  • Remove the six T6 Torx screws on the back of the phone.

  • Make sure to keep the screws somewhere that they will not get lost.

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Using your finger nail or a spudger, carefully pry up the back cover.
  • Using your finger nail or a spudger, carefully pry up the back cover.

  • Begin in one spot and slowly circle around the device as you pry up all of the back cover.

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Lift off the back cover.
  • Lift off the back cover.

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Remove the two T6 screws.
  • Remove the two T6 screws.

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Remove the daughterboard. Remove the exposed vibration motor.
  • Remove the daughterboard.

  • Remove the exposed vibration motor.

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Using the T6 Torx screwdriver,  remove the top screw.
  • Using the T6 Torx screwdriver, remove the top screw.

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Using your spudger, carefully pry off back plate.
  • Using your spudger, carefully pry off back plate.

  • Use the same technique as with the plastic back cover. Circle around the back plate until all of it is pried up.

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Remove the front cover and keypad.
  • Remove the front cover and keypad.

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Remove one T6 Torx screw in the front bottom right of the board.
  • Remove one T6 Torx screw in the front bottom right of the board.

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Carefully pry the screen from the board with your spudger. After prying it up, remove the screen from the board.
  • Carefully pry the screen from the board with your spudger.

  • After prying it up, remove the screen from the board.

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Unscrew center T6 Torx screw in the center of the logic board. Remove the logic board from the phone.
  • Unscrew center T6 Torx screw in the center of the logic board.

  • Remove the logic board from the phone.

  • Replace with new logic board.

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Conclusion

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

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