07-09-2008 05:16 PM
07-10-2008 04:12 PM
I'm worried about it cracking again once I replace the faceplate. If it did it once, whats to keep it from cracking again? I orded the screwdriver (t5) and I'm going to order the faceplace shortly. Hopefully, the process is quick and easy, I'd hate to mess up my phone trying to replace a broken faceplate that is cracked due to faulty mold/design.
07-10-2008 04:37 PM - last edited on 07-10-2008 10:05 PM by Andy
Don't be. It was the best thing I did. And when you replace it. You will see that when you put it together. There won't be any gaps to let a crack.
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09-01-2008 01:17 PM
I have a Curve 8330 and spilled coffee on it so now none of the keys are working. How do I remove the faceplate to try and clean underneath to remove the stickiness that is probably causing the problem ?
I figured out how to "pop" the tabs at the side but don't know how to get the top and bottom to come off.
09-01-2008 01:56 PM
09-01-2008 02:24 PM
hi , its simple enough . ul need the tool but a small standard screwdriver w/help open but 1st back out the 2 screws on the top side rear after take rear cover off and battery . the bottom piece will come off but hard. just pull dwn and flex. when open its self explanatory . also the cover has a seal 4 the display , u can reuse but don't handle like a gorrilla and ul be ok...need more help call me 843 455 3838....
09-02-2008 05:10 PM
Thank you. I did somewhat figure it out but could not get a screwdriver to back out the screws. Even tried an eyeglass one but to no avail.
Was able to clean under the white part a little and got it working but screen a little cloudy.
Thanks for replying so quickly & have a great week !