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Wannabe Geek

#20007 10-Mar-2008 03:53
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Hey, I was just wondering...        Does anyone know how to take all the casing off of the Nokia 6275i.  I figured out how to get the faceplate off but im stuck after that; the antenna cover is especially bothersome.     

Any help is greatly appreciated since I am a "noob" here. Thanks 

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  #115649 10-Mar-2008 08:15
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The faceplate is the hard part.

The antenna cover is just 2 clips, one on each side, near the bottom of the cover.  Once the battery cover is off, you should be able to see a couple of small gaps under the rounded bit of the antenna cover. Get a small flat head screwdriver and GENTLY push the sides of the casing out.

Just remember that the housings are all made of plastic and you can easily bend / damage them.  As discussed in the other thread, changing the covers on the phone may not void your warranty, but be aware that breaking them could void it, as it would be classified as physical damage.


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  #115661 10-Mar-2008 09:41
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Thank you so much!

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