Introduction

Use this guide to remove and replace the Nokia 6010's LCD screen and speaker.

Parts

No parts required.

Press the small tab on the bottom of the back of the phone. Push the back case upward towards the power button. The back case will then pop off. It requires some force, so be careful.
  • Press the small tab on the bottom of the back of the phone.

  • Push the back case upward towards the power button. The back case will then pop off.

    • It requires some force, so be careful.

Lift the battery near the bottom and pry up. Lift the battery near the bottom and pry up.
  • Lift the battery near the bottom and pry up.

With one hand, press the ridged tab near the visible side of the SIM card.
  • With one hand, press the ridged tab near the visible side of the SIM card.

  • Slide the card out with your other hand.

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Grip the phone on either the sides, the top, or the bottom. Pull the front case away from the rest of the phone.
  • Grip the phone on either the sides, the top, or the bottom.

  • Pull the front case away from the rest of the phone.

    • There are no special tabs to keep it in place so it should wiggle free easily.

Lift the keypad away from the body of the phone.
  • Lift the keypad away from the body of the phone.

    • The keypad is the rubber-backed piece with the number keys.

Remove the six screws around the front of the phone body with a T6 screwdriver. Remove the six screws around the front of the phone body with a T6 screwdriver.
  • Remove the six screws around the front of the phone body with a T6 screwdriver.

Insert your finger underneath the speaker piece and pry away from the phone body. The plastic layer containing the LCD screen and speaker takes some force to remove. There are 4 plastic tabs which keep it in place, but they are hard to press. Be careful and go tab by tab or use a spudger if you are nervous about using too much force.
  • Insert your finger underneath the speaker piece and pry away from the phone body.

    • The plastic layer containing the LCD screen and speaker takes some force to remove.

  • There are 4 plastic tabs which keep it in place, but they are hard to press. Be careful and go tab by tab or use a spudger if you are nervous about using too much force.

  • The LCD and the speaker are attached to the same piece and must be replaced together.

Conclusion

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

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