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Old 12-17-2008, 11:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a lot of dust under the layer of glass on my 8310....Is it possible to easily take the front glass panel off to remove the dust, then put it back on? I tried a little bit to prop the glass off, and it looks like it will pop off easily, but I don't want to break it if its not supposed to be removed. Thanks for your help.
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I would search for dissasembly instructions and take it apart correctly. I believe Cellular Accessories - Tools, Motorola, Panasonic, Apple, LG, Mobiado, Sony, SonyEricsson, Alcatel, Ben has some directions on there
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I have a lot of dust under the layer of glass on my 8310....Is it possible to easily take the front glass panel off to remove the dust, then put it back on? I tried a little bit to prop the glass off, and it looks like it will pop off easily, but I don't want to break it if its not supposed to be removed. Thanks for your help.
Search in youtube on how to replace the glass. I think I saw there on how to replace a broken glass.
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There is a sticky thread at the top on how to disassemble it. It also has a link down in the thread somewhere to another site with different pictures.
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Ok thanks for help everyone
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i think i may have broke my curve trying to fix it...
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