Introduction

The Logic Board is the part that the keys hit and translates the signals to the phone.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Remove back cover and battery.

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Image 1/1: Flip open the phone and keep the back cover facing you.
  • Using a T6 precision screwdriver, remove the 4 screws.

  • Flip open the phone and keep the back cover facing you.

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Image 1/2: Note: There are two clamps that lock it to the phone case (one on each side). Image 2/2: Note: There are two clamps that lock it to the phone case (one on each side).
  • With the phone open, take the plastic opening tool and run it between the phone case and phone body to loosen the key pad.

  • Note: There are two clamps that lock it to the phone case (one on each side).

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Image 1/1: Be sure to hold the phone flat (parallel to the table) because there are loose parts that may fall out.
  • Flip the phone over and lift straight up on the key pad to remove it.

  • Be sure to hold the phone flat (parallel to the table) because there are loose parts that may fall out.

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  • Use the i Pod opening tool to remove the 2 ribbon wires (boxed in the photo) from the logic board.

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  • Gently lift the back of the logic board and then pull outwards. Be careful not to rip the ribbon wire.

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  • If the parts are loose you can remove the black sim card reader and green vibrator before continuing, otherwise they may fall out.

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Conclusion

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

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