Motorola V400 Camera Replacement
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This guide details how to remove and replace the camera on the Motorola V400. It should take 5-10 minutes to complete.
- Author: Brian Avsec
- Difficulty: Moderate
To complete this guide you will need a pair of tweezers, a Torx T-6 screw driver, and a wedge to pry with. Before you start be sure to turn off the phone, remove the battery, and find a clean, water free work space.
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Step 1 — Camera ¶
First, gather your tools.
Step 2 ¶
Remove the four rubber stoppers around the main screen with tweezers.
Step 3 ¶
Use a Torx T-6 Screwdriver to unscrew the 4 screws around the screen.
Step 4 ¶
Use a plastic opening tool to separate outer shell from metal interior cover by sliding it along the crease in the case.
Step 5 ¶
Use a plastic opening tool to separate the inner metal cover from the circuit board. Apply pressure to remove the piece.
Step 6 ¶
Remove rubber covering over the camera.
Carefully remove camera and the attached orange ribbon by gently pulling on it. Pull out in the direction of the blue arrow. You can use your fingers or tweezers.