Motorola Razr V3c Face-Screen Replacement
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- Author: Nigel
- Time required: 15 minutes
- Difficulty: Easy
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Find a work space that will allow you to take a part the phone. You will need to place the screws in a place where they will be easy found--in order to reassemble.
Use a 1.5mm Hex tool to take off the four screws that are located around the face plate.
Once the four screws are off, use a flat surfaced tool to click the face-screen cover off.
Check in: Once the cover to the face-screen is off, your work area should look like this.
Since there is nothing securing the face-screen, all you must do is remove it using your fingers.
After the face-screen is off and out of it's casing, you may replace it with one that works.
Time to put it back together! Place the new face-screen in the casing, then place the come back on it.
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