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Topic # 31523 20-Mar-2009 18:03
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Heya,

I bought  a Nokia 5310 three weeks ago and now the screen is cracked (my fault) whee is the cheapest place to get a new screen for my phone. Any ideas roughly how much it would cost? The actual LCD screen is fine its just the top plastic part that is cracked, do i still need to get an etire new lcd screen?

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  Reply # 202747 23-Mar-2009 11:25
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Hi there! There is no need for an LCD replacement. You just need a lens replacement (lens with keypad board module). I would say you'll spend $90-$100 for the lens with keypad board replacement. This is based on our pricing. But we don't accept walk-in customers so price may not be accurate.

You can try places like OmniTech or Fonefix. I'm not connected to any of this companies FYI...

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  Reply # 202802 23-Mar-2009 14:49
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You can pick replacement covers and stuff up off ebay for near nothing, ($8US or so inc shipping)

then just need a small mini torx screwdriver set to change it over.

No point spending 1/4 to 1/3rd of the phones value on a real deal from a service place, and you may find a cover that you like more then the stock ones if you look around on ebay.




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