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Topic # 9365 11-Sep-2006 19:24
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Hi everyone,

Can someone tell me how to remove the old lcd screen and install the new one on nokias esp. the 6230.

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  Reply # 45900 12-Sep-2006 14:54
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Might I ask why you want to replace the LCD screen and where you got one to replace it with? Generally you'd want to take it in to a proper repair shop if you wanted it replaced.  



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  Reply # 45915 12-Sep-2006 16:17
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I got a 6230 of trademe with a broken lcd screen I thought it would be cheaper getting a new lcd of trademe than going to a repair shop to replace it.

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Reply # 45916 12-Sep-2006 16:34
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It would be cheaper if you knew what you were doing!

This seems abit pointless if you don't


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  Reply # 45917 12-Sep-2006 16:36
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Have you even done such repairs or modifications yourself? eg soldering?

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  Reply # 45918 12-Sep-2006 16:38
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Putting a new screen in is not a big job.... Most of them pull right out of the circut board and a new one plugs back in



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  Reply # 45924 12-Sep-2006 17:00
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From what i've found out on the web its a simple DIY job, you just need a t6 screwdriver to open it up and take it out but I just dont know if theres anything I need to look out for.

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Reply # 45930 12-Sep-2006 17:35
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rjng: From what i've found out on the web its a simple DIY job, you just need a t6 screwdriver to open it up and take it out but I just dont know if theres anything I need to look out for.


Nokias are easy to replace the screen, just take note of what you are doing and you will be fine.







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