Introduction

The SIM card is a removable storage component inside of the phone. The card stores phone numbers and other important information to the user.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/1: Remove the back battery cover by sliding it downward and pushing simultaneously.
  • Make sure the phone is turned off by pressing the power off button ensuring no data is lost.

  • Remove the back battery cover by sliding it downward and pushing simultaneously.

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Image 1/1: If removing battery is for the replacement of a new battery make sure to properly dispose of the old battery at a recycling center.
  • Using either your thumb or the opening tools, remove the battery by prying you in the direction of the arrow

  • If removing battery is for the replacement of a new battery make sure to properly dispose of the old battery at a recycling center.

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Image 1/1: Picture rights belong to Snapfon®. Picture is used for educational purposes only. No copyright infringement intended.
  • Use the tweezers,if needed, to grasp the SIM card for removal. Apply a slight pulling tension and remove it from under the tabs as shown.

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Conclusion

To reinsert the SIM card or a new SIM card, position the card in the same orientation seen in the figure with the brass connections facing the phone while using thumb to apply a slight force until the card rest inside of the recessed holder. Make sure the brass contacts of the card and phone connect. Then follow the steps in reverse order to reassemble phone.

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