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- Disassembling Samsung V25 lid
September 16, 2008, 3:32 pm
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I have a Samsung V25 with a cracked screen casing that I want to
replace. But I am having problems getting the screen bevel off. I have
located the two screws at the bottom of the screen but I can't find
any screws at the top of the bevel.
There is just solid plastic underneath the three round rubber bits at
the top of the screen and playing with the screen lock doesn't seem to
help releasing the bevel.
Can anybody tell me if there are other screws holding the bevel on or
can I just work the bevel off once I have unscrewed the two screws at
the bottom of the screen?
Thanks for any help.
Re: Disassembling Samsung V25 lid
There are probably plastic 'catches'. Remove the screws, then *gently* work
your way round the edge of the screen with a very thin thing (thin knife,
tiny screwdriver). When you find a 'sticking' point, try to prize the parts
apart, but you will probably mark your casing as you do this.
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