How to Fix a Bleeding LCD Screen on a BlackBerry

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How to Fix a Bleeding LCD Screen on a BlackBerry
Replace the liquid crystal display (LCD) screen if it's bleeding liquid. (Blackberry image by Pictures4you from Fotolia.com)

If you notice that your BlackBerry's LCD screen is bleeding liquid out, it's time to replace it. Removing the LCD screen is pretty much the same procedure for many of the BlackBerry devices and in no time your LCD screen will look new again.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Small flathead screwdriver
  • T6 screwdriver
  • Magnet
  • Replacement screen

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Turn off your BlackBerry phone. Remove the battery cover and then the battery. You will see a deep hole with a screw on the left inside and another one on the right side. Unscrew those screws with your T6 screwdriver and then use a magnet to remove the screws.

  2. 2

    Flip the phone over to the front to remove the front cover. Pry away the front cover by sliding a flathead screwdriver under it and lifting the clips underneath. Pull the front cover away from the phone using your fingers. If necessary, use your flathead screwdriver again to run it around the front cover to release the clips.

  3. 3

    Remove the lens of the front cover screen slowly out of its slot using your hands. Lift and remove the keyboard pad. You will see four screws. Unscrew these four screws with your T6 screwdriver.

  4. 4

    Unscrew the top two screws at the head of the BlackBerry using your T6 screwdriver. Once you do this all parts will disassemble automatically. Remove the main board from the back housing. Remove the LCD screen. Flip the LCD screen over to pop out the bleeding LCD screen from the metal shield. Reassemble the BlackBerry with the new LCD screen.

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