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Old 02-23-2010, 01:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My mom gave this phone to me, and must of dropped it and broke the keyboard light. When I pinch the bottom of my BB Curve 8320 the light will come in, but that is a hassle.

Anyway if I disassambled my blackberry that I could fix this light issue?

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Possibly. What do you mean pinch it? Is the housing loose? You may need to order a new housing.
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The bottom of my BB, where it says the carrier name, in my case, T-mobile. I have to like pinch it and wiggle it around to get the keyboard light to come in and more than half the time doing all that doesn't even get it to come on.

I just want to know if there is anyway I can take it apart to fix it.
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