Introduction

The following guide is to remove or replace the screen of the LGVX6000. If you need help replacing the screen, read the following guide.

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  • Push the dark gray tab towards the top of the phone to release the battery. The tab is located on the back of the phone.

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Image 1/1: You will need to unhook the bottom of the battery pack from the slot.
  • Remove battery pack.

  • You will need to unhook the bottom of the battery pack from the slot.

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  • Set the battery aside.

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Image 1/1: Only remove the two cushions that are circled!
  • Pull the two rubber cushions out using tweezers.

  • Only remove the two cushions that are circled!

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Image 1/1: Remove screws carefully on an uncluttered surface. They are very small, and could get lost.
  • Unscrew the six screws seen on the back using a Phillips 00 Screwdriver.

  • Remove screws carefully on an uncluttered surface. They are very small, and could get lost.

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Image 1/1: There is a pair of red and blue wires that plugs into the logic board. These wires will snap if you force the pieces apart.
  • Remove the back of the phone using your hands.

  • There is a pair of red and blue wires that plugs into the logic board. These wires will snap if you force the pieces apart.

  • Remove the back of the phone very gently. Use your fingernail or tweezers to unplug the wires.

  • To reattach the back, you must plug these wires back in.

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  • Remove the metallic sticky tab on the top by peeling it off the metallic strip underneath.

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  • Pry and lift off the circuit connector, which is connected to the screen.

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Image 1/1: If needed, replace logic board with a new one by reversing the steps.
  • Lift the green logic board up from the rest of the phone by pushing a corner away from the casing.

  • If needed, replace logic board with a new one by reversing the steps.

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Image 1/3: Be careful not to loose the tab that pops out.  It's a small, clear piece of plastic. Image 2/3: The tab is fragile and can break easily, so be careful. Image 3/3: The tab is fragile and can break easily, so be careful.
  • Use a paper clip or tweezers to press the plastic tab in the top left corner of the phone's bottom casing to pop the screen out.

  • Be careful not to loose the tab that pops out. It's a small, clear piece of plastic.

  • The tab is fragile and can break easily, so be careful.

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  • Pull the orange strip through the thin opening in the top of the casing to completely separate the top half (screen) of the phone from the bottom half.

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Image 1/1: Using tweezers, pull the two rubber cushions and the two sticker cushions off.
  • You now have the top half of phone by itself.

  • Using tweezers, pull the two rubber cushions and the two sticker cushions off.

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Image 1/1: The screws are small, so be careful not to lose them.
  • Unscrew the 4 newly exposed screws using the Phillips screwdriver.

  • The screws are small, so be careful not to lose them.

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Image 1/3: Open the screen by prying each side a little bit at a time.  Rotate from side to side until all the clips pop open and the screen opens up. Image 2/3: Open the screen by prying each side a little bit at a time.  Rotate from side to side until all the clips pop open and the screen opens up. Image 3/3: Open the screen by prying each side a little bit at a time.  Rotate from side to side until all the clips pop open and the screen opens up.
  • Use plastic opening tools to pry open the screen from the side.

  • Open the screen by prying each side a little bit at a time. Rotate from side to side until all the clips pop open and the screen opens up.

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Image 1/2: Pull the corner of screen and circuit board out of casing to remove screen from the top face plate. Image 2/2: Pull the corner of screen and circuit board out of casing to remove screen from the top face plate.
  • After you pry open the casing, you will be left with the screen and circuit board in the top face plate.

  • Pull the corner of screen and circuit board out of casing to remove screen from the top face plate.

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  • Peel the sticky tape that connects the screen and logic board off. The screen can now come off.

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Conclusion

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

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