Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

This Teardown can also be used as a disassembly or troubleshooting guide.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Motorola C350, use our service manual.

Use your finger to press the button and free the device rear case. You may have to force it a bit more to free its bottom if you open it for the first time.
  • Use your finger to press the button and free the device rear case.

  • You may have to force it a bit more to free its bottom if you open it for the first time.

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slide the black button to free the battery so you can grab it with your other hand.
  • slide the black button to free the battery so you can grab it with your other hand.

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You will see one plastic clip on each side of the device. Use your thumbs to push them apart and being able to separate the front case from the device other components. You will see one plastic clip on each side of the device. Use your thumbs to push them apart and being able to separate the front case from the device other components.
  • You will see one plastic clip on each side of the device. Use your thumbs to push them apart and being able to separate the front case from the device other components.

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Use your thumb to gently peel the keyboard off the front case.
  • Use your thumb to gently peel the keyboard off the front case.

  • Be careful, the plastic on which the keyboard is stuck is pretty fragile.

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Remove the 4 T6 Torx screws Remove the 4 T6 Torx screws
  • Remove the 4 T6 Torx screws

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Use a metal spudger to pell off the four metal clips and separate the motherboard and keyboard from the main plastic part. Use a metal spudger to pell off the four metal clips and separate the motherboard and keyboard from the main plastic part.
  • Use a metal spudger to pell off the four metal clips and separate the motherboard and keyboard from the main plastic part.

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The last thing you need to doto access the Logic Board is to separate the Keyboard/Screen block just taking apart with your fingers.
  • The last thing you need to doto access the Logic Board is to separate the Keyboard/Screen block just taking apart with your fingers.

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Remove the four T6 Torx Screws Remove the four T6 Torx Screws
  • Remove the four T6 Torx Screws

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Use a metal spudger togently free the screen/ear speaker metal case.
  • Use a metal spudger togently free the screen/ear speaker metal case.

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Slowly peel the ear speaker off the case.
  • Slowly peel the ear speaker off the case.

  • Be really careful about the small plastic pin which can be easily lost.

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Remove the two small metal clips keeping the cables safe.
  • Remove the two small metal clips keeping the cables safe.

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Use a plastic spudger to pell off the two cables on the back side of the screen.
  • Use a plastic spudger to pell off the two cables on the back side of the screen.

  • There are two very small connectors. Take care of them and replace them if they incidentally fall.

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Use a plastic spudger to release the disconnected screen.
  • Use a plastic spudger to release the disconnected screen.

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Use a plastic spudger to unclip the mic.
  • Use a plastic spudger to unclip the mic.

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The upper speaker is kept in place by a metal plate.
  • The upper speaker is kept in place by a metal plate.

  • Use a metal spudger to free the 3 clips on the back side

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Insert your metal spudger to remove the metal plate and free the upper speaker.
  • Insert your metal spudger to remove the metal plate and free the upper speaker.

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Here you can see all the parts composing the Motorola C350.
  • Here you can see all the parts composing the Motorola C350.

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