Introduction

In this tutorial we will show you a breakdown of the Panazonic EB TX320. By using this guide, a user will be able to properly take apart their phone and replace any broken components.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Panasonic EB TX320ASW, use our service manual.

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  • To remove the faceplate, pry the top of faceplate away from the phone. Follow snaps down, until faceplate is completely popped off.

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  • To remove battery push clip in; battery will pop out.

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  • Using a Star 3.0 bit, remove 4 screws in battery compartment.

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  • To separate front of phone from the back; start prying from bottom and work up the side. The phone should then pop apart.

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Image 1/1: If a button had been ripped off your keypad, you can replace the entire rubber keypad at this step and reassemble phone.
  • To remove keypad, turn front of phone over and let keypad fall out. All keys are connected by one rubber section.

  • If a button had been ripped off your keypad, you can replace the entire rubber keypad at this step and reassemble phone.

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  • To remove main-board from phone grab side of phone and pry upwards. Board should snap out.

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  • To remove speaker cover, pull out silver plate.

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Image 1/2: If your speaker went out it can easily be replaced in this step with a new one, then reassemble phone after this step. Image 2/2: If your speaker went out it can easily be replaced in this step with a new one, then reassemble phone after this step.
  • After silver plate is removed, power button sits freely. Speaker can be removed by pulling up on it.

  • If your speaker went out it can easily be replaced in this step with a new one, then reassemble phone after this step.

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  • To remove keyboard circuit press on the middle and slide down. The board will pop up allowing for removal.

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  • To remove main-board from bracket, gently apply pressure to the four small clips. Board will pop out freely.

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Image 1/2: If the LCD screen went out, or was cracked somehow, replace with a new LCD screen and then reassemble phone from this step. Image 2/2: If the LCD screen went out, or was cracked somehow, replace with a new LCD screen and then reassemble phone from this step.
  • To remove LCD screen pry back on highlighted clip and pull screen out. The screen will then pull up and out.

  • If the LCD screen went out, or was cracked somehow, replace with a new LCD screen and then reassemble phone from this step.

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