Introduction

Follow this guide to learn how to replace your non-functioning button pad.

Parts

No parts required.

Keep track of all pieces removed from the device.
  • Keep track of all pieces removed from the device.

  • Gently pull off the device cover. The cover snaps on and off easily where the cover attaches to the Palm IIIc device

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Using a Phillips head screw driver, take out the four screws on the back of the device. You may have to pull them out with your hands once they are unscrewed.
  • Using a Phillips head screw driver, take out the four screws on the back of the device. You may have to pull them out with your hands once they are unscrewed.

  • There will be two long screws and two short screws. The long screws come from the top of the device, and the short screws come from the bottom of the device.

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Lay Palm IIIc face-up and remove the front cover.
  • Lay Palm IIIc face-up and remove the front cover.

  • Do this firmly but not with too much force so as to not break or disturb anything your not supposed to.

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Using a prying tool, carefully pop button pad out of the cover. Using a prying tool, carefully pop button pad out of the cover.
  • Using a prying tool, carefully pop button pad out of the cover.

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Insert the new button pad where the old one used to be.
  • Insert the new button pad where the old one used to be.

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Conclusion

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

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