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Old 04-26-2010, 06:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I can't post a link to what I'm referring to since i have less than ten posts, but it is the sticker looking thing that attaches to the PCB underneath the keyboard. I've seen this item for sale online a lot, but can't find a guide on how to replace it, and it doesn't seem possible.

If you don't know what I'm talking about just copy and paste this, but add a www before and .com after everything4blackberry (again, can't post a link).

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Posting sites that send virus and other spam is not a good way to get help.
McAfee reports this site as a bad one to visit.
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McAffee also said svchost.exe was a virus too....

I answered this same question over at RIM forums.

I'm sure it's possible as it just peels off. However, it can be difficult to get the 83xx devices apart as they have that sticky foam between the display and the front cover. I have disassembled a few of them and it's a real PITA. The piece of foam has to be replaced as it rarely comes off in one piece.
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Posting sites that send virus and other spam is not a good way to get help.
McAfee reports this site as a bad one to visit.
Well shucks, you caught me. I figured that the topic at hand would be the best strategy for luring in unsuspecting victims and stealing their identity. I've been foiled again by rock solid software like McAfee.

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I'm sure it's possible as it just peels off. However, it can be difficult to get the 83xx devices apart as they have that sticky foam between the display and the front cover. I have disassembled a few of them and it's a real PITA. The piece of foam has to be replaced as it rarely comes off in one piece.
Have you ever peeled off the part I'm talking about? I'm worried about getting it all off in one piece and the adhesive that might be left behind on the circuit board.

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