02-20-2010, 10:00 AM
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I think I can point out some things you should be carefull with when opening a bold.
If you take out your mainboard you have to be carefull cause the screen is glued, sticked to it. The plastick glass in front of your lcd is also glued to you lcd screen but its glued on the entire surface not just in the corners.
Now if you take out your mainbord, the top part has the lcd on it and a part of the plastick goes under the screw socket. While trying to take it out you might cause pressure, like when trying to change the plastick in front of the lcd, whitch by the way is a stupid thing to do, even if you have a spare plastick sreen and yours is scratched.
Some sites sell these as being original, this is a lie as that can't be changed.
This is true for the 8900 curve to.
The second thing is that when you try to lift the flex conector from the main board connector. If you apply to muth pressure on one side when lifting the plastick connector might get "unsoldered" from the flex cable. If it only gets unsoldered then somethimes your screen may work again and other times it doesnt. If the plastick connector breaks from the flex (also the soldering point break) then it will never work again.
Hope I was somewhat clear, its a little hard to explain without photos, and in another language.