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Introduction

If your buttons are sticky, the numbers are worn off, or the keypad is malfunctioning, simply clean or replace it.

Image 1/3: Press the button on the bottom of the back of the cell phone. Image 2/3: Slide rear panel down and remove  it. Image 3/3: Slide rear panel down and remove  it.
  • Be sure cell phone is off before you begin to disassemble the phone.

  • Press the button on the bottom of the back of the cell phone.

  • Slide rear panel down and remove it.

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  • Using your fingernail, pry the back of the battery upwards and pull out.

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Image 1/3: Separate the faceplate from main body by twisting the prying tool with some force. Image 2/3: The faceplate is held by three plastic fasteners, so pry evenly on both sides of phone. Image 3/3: The faceplate is held by three plastic fasteners, so pry evenly on both sides of phone.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool under the faceplate.

  • Separate the faceplate from main body by twisting the prying tool with some force.

  • The faceplate is held by three plastic fasteners, so pry evenly on both sides of phone.

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  • With the faceplate removed, simply peel off rubber key pad and remove.

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Conclusion

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

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