Introduction

The camera button of Pantech Matrix C740 functions as the mechanism by which the camera is activated; however, faulty functioning of the camera button may cause the device to not allow picture-taking. Therefore, this guide serves as an aid in the replacement of the camera button for the Pantech Matrix C740.

Place phone with screen side facing toward you.
  • Place phone with screen side facing toward you.

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Flip phone over so screen side is now facing down.
  • Flip phone over so screen side is now facing down.

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Gently slide the backside phone cover off exposing the battery underneath. Gently slide the backside phone cover off exposing the battery underneath.
  • Gently slide the backside phone cover off exposing the battery underneath.

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Carefully lift the battery up from where the spudger is pointed.
  • Carefully lift the battery up from where the spudger is pointed.

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Remove the battery from its dock.
  • Remove the battery from its dock.

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Slide the SIM Card out of its dock. Slide the SIM Card out of its dock. Slide the SIM Card out of its dock.
  • Slide the SIM Card out of its dock.

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Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the four 2mm Phillips #000 screws from each corner of the device. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the four 2mm Phillips #000 screws from each corner of the device.
  • Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the four 2mm Phillips #000 screws from each corner of the device.

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Rotate the phone so the base is facing you. Use spudger to separate phone casing and inside as shown.
  • Rotate the phone so the base is facing you.

  • Use spudger to separate phone casing and inside as shown.

  • Remove the casing carefully and set aside.

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Place phone with exposed motherboard facing you. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the five 2mm Phillips #000 screws holding the camera in place.
  • Place phone with exposed motherboard facing you.

  • Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the five 2mm Phillips #000 screws holding the camera in place.

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Carefully remove the motherboard to expose the camera button. Grasp the camera button with a polypus and pull gently to remove the camera button.
  • Carefully remove the motherboard to expose the camera button.

  • Grasp the camera button with a polypus and pull gently to remove the camera button.

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Conclusion

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

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