Introduction

This guide will describe how to replace the numbered cover buttons in the in-hand partition of the Motorola V60.

Image 1/3: Set cover aside. Image 2/3: Set cover aside. Image 3/3: Set cover aside.
  • Remove battery cover by pushing down release lever at top of phone while prying off cover.

  • Set cover aside.

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  • Remove battery by grabbing it near the bottom and lifting out.

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Image 1/2: Note: The two top screws are short and silver.  The two bottom screws are black and long. Image 2/2: Note: The two top screws are short and silver.  The two bottom screws are black and long.
  • Unscrew four corner screws with T6 screwdriver.

    • Note: The two top screws are short and silver. The two bottom screws are black and long.

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  • Use a spudger to gently pry off back chassis. Wedge the spudger in crevice between back panel and phone and lift.

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Image 1/3: Note: There should be three buttons. One on each side, and the top. Image 2/3: Return phone to starting orientation when done. Image 3/3: Return phone to starting orientation when done.
  • Starting from left side of phone, remove side buttons and place aside.

    • Note: There should be three buttons. One on each side, and the top.

  • Return phone to starting orientation when done.

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  • Gently remove orange ribbon cable by prying up with spudger.

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Image 1/2: Note: Orange ribbon cable is fragile and can be broken. Image 2/2: Note: Orange ribbon cable is fragile and can be broken.
  • Use a spudger to pry up logic board by wedging in between logic board and chassis and lifting.

    • Note: Orange ribbon cable is fragile and can be broken.

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  • Insert spudger under button board and gently lift, set aside.

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  • Life button keypad with spudger and set aside.

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Conclusion

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

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