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Topic # 4458 21-Jul-2005 10:25
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Has anybody got or could tell me how to get the disassembly instructions for the following mobiles...:-

Sharp GX10i
Samsung e700

Would be very grateful for any information concerning these instructions...

Regards

Gary

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  Reply # 16937 22-Jul-2005 13:20

try searching on emule
http://emule-project.net




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  Reply # 16986 23-Jul-2005 22:33
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They are not hard, You do however require a special tool (a tiny triangular screwdriver)

The sharp "guts" are in the screen half, all the processing, screen controls, memory etc.
This is also extremely reliable

the only stuff in the bottom half is SIM circuitry, TX/RX, Connectors, Speaker, Mic keypad and battery.
This half is extremely UNreliable.

the usual problem is good old water damage, which creeps into the bottom half all to easily. they are known to crackle due to loose mics when old.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 16987 23-Jul-2005 22:34
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I do have a smashed GX10 lying around, I could always dissasemble it and show you pics if i ever get around to it.

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