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Introduction

Describes how to replace the screen of the Nokia 3300B.

Image 1/2: Gently press the button on the back of the battery cover to release the cover and slide up. Image 2/2: Gently press the button on the back of the battery cover to release the cover and slide up.
  • Flip the Nokia 3300B over with the back-side facing towards you.

  • Gently press the button on the back of the battery cover to release the cover and slide up.

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Image 1/2: It is easiest to lift the battery out of the phone from the right-hand side, as seen in the picture. Image 2/2: It is easiest to lift the battery out of the phone from the right-hand side, as seen in the picture.
  • Lift the battery out of the back of the phone.

  • It is easiest to lift the battery out of the phone from the right-hand side, as seen in the picture.

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Image 1/3: With the phone facing up, pop the blue faceplate off by using your fingernail (or some tweezers) and working your way around the phone. Image 2/3: Note: If the blue cover does not detach easily use your finger nails to try and split it open, as seen in the picture. Image 3/3: Note: If the blue cover does not detach easily use your finger nails to try and split it open, as seen in the picture.
  • Gently push the blue tabs on the top of the phone out of their slots.

  • With the phone facing up, pop the blue faceplate off by using your fingernail (or some tweezers) and working your way around the phone.

  • Note: If the blue cover does not detach easily use your finger nails to try and split it open, as seen in the picture.

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  • With the screen still facing you, remove the blue faceplate.

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Image 1/2: If you encounter resistance while removing the keypad, be sure to lift up evenly on both sides, so the button's pin don't snap. Image 2/2: If you encounter resistance while removing the keypad, be sure to lift up evenly on both sides, so the button's pin don't snap.
  • Grab the sides of the keypad and lift it up vertically.

  • If you encounter resistance while removing the keypad, be sure to lift up evenly on both sides, so the button's pin don't snap.

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Image 1/3: NOTE:  Be sure to save these screws so the phone can be reassembled later. Image 2/3: NOTE:  Be sure to save these screws so the phone can be reassembled later. Image 3/3: NOTE:  Be sure to save these screws so the phone can be reassembled later.
  • Using the Torx T6 bit of a Phillips precision screwdriver, remove the six screws on the phone's inner protective case, as seen in the picture.

  • NOTE: Be sure to save these screws so the phone can be reassembled later.

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  • Holding the phone with the screen facing you, remove the top half of the phone from the circuit board.

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Image 1/3: Using a pair of tweezers, release the tabs holding the two distinct cases together. Image 2/3: The tabs are very fragile.  Be gentle when releasing the tabs. Image 3/3: The tabs are very fragile.  Be gentle when releasing the tabs.
  • Hold the top half of the phone with the screen facing you.

  • Using a pair of tweezers, release the tabs holding the two distinct cases together.

  • The tabs are very fragile. Be gentle when releasing the tabs.

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Image 1/1: NOTE:  The screen's part identification sticker is on the top back side of the screen.  The screen will need to be replaced with the same orientation.
  • Be sure to remove both casings so that the screen is facing down. This will ensure that the screen does not fall out of its case.

  • NOTE: The screen's part identification sticker is on the top back side of the screen. The screen will need to be replaced with the same orientation.

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Image 1/1: Replace the old screen with the new screen.
  • Tilt the casing back and the screen should fall out smoothly.

  • Replace the old screen with the new screen.

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Conclusion

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

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