Introduction

The circuit board processes all the information the phone uses. Removing the circuit board allows access to several underlying components.

Parts

No parts required.

Locate the small button on the top of the phone. Depress the button. With your other hand, pull the front cover away from the phone.
  • Locate the small button on the top of the phone.

  • Depress the button.

  • With your other hand, pull the front cover away from the phone.

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Remove all six 5.3 mm long T6 screws. Remove the circuit board/faceplate sub-assembly from the back of the phone. Take care to place screws in a safe location.
  • Remove all six 5.3 mm long T6 screws.

  • Remove the circuit board/faceplate sub-assembly from the back of the phone.

  • Take care to place screws in a safe location.

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Using your fingers, pull the small plastic tab away from the circuit board/faceplate sub-assembly. Rotate the faceplate away from the circuit board. Gently remove the faceplate from the circuit board, taking care to not break the small plastic tab on the other side of the sub-assembly.
  • Using your fingers, pull the small plastic tab away from the circuit board/faceplate sub-assembly.

  • Rotate the faceplate away from the circuit board.

  • Gently remove the faceplate from the circuit board, taking care to not break the small plastic tab on the other side of the sub-assembly.

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Conclusion

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

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