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Old 07-20-2013, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I dropped my BB 7250 and now the LCD and housing is broken. I have ordered the parts and was wondering if anyone knows where I can get a guide to take the Blackberry apart?
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CNN.CN has some instructional videos and YouTube is loaded with tutorials.
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Look a few of rambo47's suggestions to fully understand the method. dont rush
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Look a few of rambo47's suggestions to fully understand the method. dont rush
Definitely! While disassembling/reassembling a BlackBerry is not brain surgery, it's definitely wise to have a little familiarity with the process. Just wading into the project and relying on your innate ability to figure it out on the fly is a recipe for disaster. There are often tips/tricks you should know and they vary for each model. There are also little 'gotchas' that you don't want to learn about the hard way. Taking extra care with certain connections, etc.
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