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Wannabe Geek


# 41652 21-Sep-2009 15:10
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Hi, first time on the geekzone website but I hear about it alot at work! Wondering if anyone would have an idea on how much a replacement touch screen would be for a Nokia 5800. Have phoned the Nokia care centre to get a rough idea, but they wouldn't give me any indication :( I see they make do-it-yourself kit things for iphone touch screen repairs but couldn't find one for a Nokia. If someone could enlighten that would be great as only going to repair if it is cost effective to do so.

Thanks :)

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  # 257360 21-Sep-2009 15:37
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USD $32 on ebay.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  



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Wannabe Geek


  # 257617 22-Sep-2009 18:08
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You're awesome thanks :)

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 260907 4-Oct-2009 01:48
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Cost me about 85nzd to replace the 5800 lcd. I bought the part from ebay.cpm.hk. But dont know how much the touch sensor will cost



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Wannabe Geek


  # 262420 8-Oct-2009 15:23
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Hi, if its just a crack on the screen surely I would only need to replace the screen not the sensor? The touch facilities still work fine, the crack comes up from the red key and covers a bit of the contacts symbol but i can still touch that part and it works....Did you replace both? How did you get the front off the nokia to replace, it looks like it just clips off but knowing my luck it doesn't lol and I will probably snap something.....Thanks

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  # 262459 8-Oct-2009 16:59
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because i bought mine from oversea so nokiacare charge me for the repair. so i order the lcd part only from ebay it came with 3 tools to help you replace the lcd. it is not that difficult. try google some instruction photo or video b4 you decided DIY

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