Motorola Razr V3c Lower Casing (CDMA) Replacement
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- Author: krisko
- Time required: 20 Minutes
- Difficulty: Moderate
The purpose of this repair guide is to show how to replace the lower outer casing.
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Press down on the the rear panel release button while simultaneously prying the rear panel straight away from the V3c.
Lift and remove the rear panel away from the V3c.
Remove the battery by pushing in the top of the battery and lifting it away from the phone.
Use the spudger to pop the bottom and the sides of the back casing
Be careful not to pull the back lower cover off too far as it is connected to the phone body by a ribbon
Pull out the two black rubber covers using tweezers
The second rubber cover is much harder to get out
Pull out the motherboard.
You may also now replace the bottom lower casing
Unscrew the two screws holding the plastic speaker cover to the phone with a T5 screwdriver