Introduction

This guide will assist you in removing and replacing the display panel on your LG Muziq.

Use a spudger to remove the two screw covers below display. Use a screw driver to remove the four Phillips #00 (3.3mm) screws at corners of the display.
  • Use a spudger to remove the two screw covers below display.

  • Use a screw driver to remove the four Phillips #00 (3.3mm) screws at corners of the display.

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Caution: Wires and ribbon connect the front case to the main body. Exhibit care when separating front case from the main body as to not break the connections. Note: Side buttons may fall out when removing the front case. Do not misplace them. Note: Each side button will only fit in the side that it came from.
  • Caution: Wires and ribbon connect the front case to the main body. Exhibit care when separating front case from the main body as to not break the connections.

  • Note: Side buttons may fall out when removing the front case. Do not misplace them.

  • Note: Each side button will only fit in the side that it came from.

  • Insert a spudger between the black and grey casings and gently spread them apart.

  • Work around the device gradually, opening the gap further.

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Caution: The wires and ribbon connector can break easily. Exhibit care when removing them. Use the spudger and lift upward to disconnect the ribbon from the main part of the phone. Carefully remove any parts stuck to the front case such as speakers.
  • Caution: The wires and ribbon connector can break easily. Exhibit care when removing them.

  • Use the spudger and lift upward to disconnect the ribbon from the main part of the phone.

  • Carefully remove any parts stuck to the front case such as speakers.

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Use the spudger to unclip the two upper wiring connections. Use the spudger to unclip the two upper wiring connections. Use the spudger to unclip the two upper wiring connections.
  • Use the spudger to unclip the two upper wiring connections.

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Caution: The side buttons are attached to the ribbon around the display screen. Do not separate the side buttons from the ribbon when removing. Gently lift the side buttons from the phone casing.
  • Caution: The side buttons are attached to the ribbon around the display screen. Do not separate the side buttons from the ribbon when removing.

  • Gently lift the side buttons from the phone casing.

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Caution: The wiring on the ribbon connector is delicate. Do not excessively pull on the wires. Use the spudger to remove the three components connected to the ribbon. Use the spudger to remove the three components connected to the ribbon.
  • Caution: The wiring on the ribbon connector is delicate. Do not excessively pull on the wires.

  • Use the spudger to remove the three components connected to the ribbon.

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Caution: The ribbon contains important wiring and is glued to the phone. Be careful when removing the ribbon. Use the spudger to gently remove the ribbon from the phone. Use the spudger to gently remove the ribbon from the phone.
  • Caution: The ribbon contains important wiring and is glued to the phone. Be careful when removing the ribbon.

  • Use the spudger to gently remove the ribbon from the phone.

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Use the spudger to lift the upper tab in the top left corner of the display. Continue lifting until the display panels lift out of their setting and can be removed. Continue lifting until the display panels lift out of their setting and can be removed.
  • Use the spudger to lift the upper tab in the top left corner of the display.

  • Continue lifting until the display panels lift out of their setting and can be removed.

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Conclusion

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

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