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  • Locate the button on the bottom of the phone. Once located, press and hold the button down.

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  • While holding the button down, remove the back cover of the phone.

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  • Use the size 00 Phillips screwdriver to remove the four screws located on the back of the phone. These screws are circled in yellow in the given image.

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Image 1/1: These screws will be 7.25 mm long.
  • Using the same 00 Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws at the bottom back plate of the phone near the camera and the speaker.

  • These screws will be 7.25 mm long.

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Image 1/3: Failure to open USB port cover at this stage may result in damaging the device. Image 2/3: Failure to open USB port cover at this stage may result in damaging the device. Image 3/3: Failure to open USB port cover at this stage may result in damaging the device.
  • Before proceeding, locate the USB port (where the charger can be plugged in) and open it using the iFixit Opening Tool.

  • Failure to open USB port cover at this stage may result in damaging the device.

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Image 1/1: These screws will be 5.45 mm long.
  • Remove the screws on either side of the camera/speaker with a Phillips 00 screwdriver.

  • These screws will be 5.45 mm long.

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Image 1/2: Practice caution to prevent damage to the attaching ribbon. Image 2/2: Practice caution to prevent damage to the attaching ribbon.
  • Use the iFixit Opening Tool to begin removing the camera/speaker from the logic board.

  • Practice caution to prevent damage to the attaching ribbon.

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Image 1/2: Then, use the iFixit Opening Tool to gently pry the camera/speaker off. Image 2/2: Then, use the iFixit Opening Tool to gently pry the camera/speaker off.
  • To completely remove the camera/speaker, locate the orange attachment beneath it (as shown in the image).

  • Then, use the iFixit Opening Tool to gently pry the camera/speaker off.

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  • Use the iFixit Opening Tool to pop off the yellow tab on the logic board.

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  • Use the iFixit Opening Tool to pop off the other orange tab to free the logic board.

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Image 1/3: '''Do not be alarmed if the volume and hold switch buttons are removed from the logic board.''' Image 2/3: '''Do not be alarmed if the volume and hold switch buttons are removed from the logic board.''' Image 3/3: '''Do not be alarmed if the volume and hold switch buttons are removed from the logic board.'''
  • To completely remove the logic board, use the iFixit Opening Tool to pop it up, then use your fingers to pull it out.

  • Do not be alarmed if the volume and hold switch buttons are removed from the logic board.

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Image 1/3: Use the iPod opening tool to pry the keypad from the hinge on the back of the device. Image 2/3: A moderate amount of force may need to be applied. Image 3/3: A moderate amount of force may need to be applied.
  • Open/swivel the phone so the back of the LCD panel is visible.

  • Use the iPod opening tool to pry the keypad from the hinge on the back of the device.

  • A moderate amount of force may need to be applied.

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Image 1/2: Using a phillips 00 screwdriver, remove all six screws on the back of the device. Image 2/2: These screws will be 3.45 mm long.
  • Using your fingernail, remove the stickers covering the screws on the back of the LCD casing.

  • Using a phillips 00 screwdriver, remove all six screws on the back of the device.

  • These screws will be 3.45 mm long.

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Image 1/3: If necessary, use the iPod opening tool to completely free the casing. Image 2/3: Be careful not to sever the wire connecting the outer casing to the display board. Image 3/3: Be careful not to sever the wire connecting the outer casing to the display board.
  • Using a generous amount of force, use your hands to pry loose the casing from the LCD panel.

  • If necessary, use the iPod opening tool to completely free the casing.

  • Be careful not to sever the wire connecting the outer casing to the display board.

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Image 1/3: After you have freed the edges, use the spudger to release the clip holding it flush to the board. Image 2/3: After you have freed the edges, use the spudger to release the clip holding it flush to the board. Image 3/3: After you have freed the edges, use the spudger to release the clip holding it flush to the board.
  • Using the iPod opening tool, remove the click wheel from the board.

  • After you have freed the edges, use the spudger to release the clip holding it flush to the board.

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Image 1/3: Carefully pull the click wheel away from the device. Image 2/3: Carefully pull the click wheel away from the device. Image 3/3: Carefully pull the click wheel away from the device.
  • Unlock the ribbon connection by pressing down on the black clip.

  • Carefully pull the click wheel away from the device.

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Image 1/2: This is glued on so a moderate amount of force may be needed. Image 2/2: This is glued on so a moderate amount of force may be needed.
  • Using tweezers, grip the red and blue wires that attach the audio earpiece to the outer casing and pull.

  • This is glued on so a moderate amount of force may be needed.

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Conclusion

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

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