Blackberry Repair Guide
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Blackberry Playbook Repair Guide Print E-mail
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Blackberry Playbook Before you begin

  • Read this website's Legal Guidelines and make sure you understand the risks of this repair. Place your Blackberry Playbook on a clean flat and soft surface, such as a rubber mat or a piece of soft cloth and get the required opening tools

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    Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 September 2011 03:57
     
    Blackberry 9630 Repair Guide Print E-mail
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    Friday, 23 July 2010 03:36


    Blackberry 9530 Repair Tools Before you begin

  • Read this website's Legal Guidelines and make sure you understand the risks of this repair. Place your Blackberry 9630 on a clean flat and soft surface, such as a rubber mat or a piece of soft cloth and get the required opening tools.

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    Step 2

    Turn your Blackberry 9630 on its front and remove the battery door and the battery.

    Step 3

    Once backdoor has been removed, it will look like this.

    Step 4

    Remove the simcard and microSD card if present.

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    Remove the Torx screws on the frame of the Blackberry 9630 as shown in picture.

    Step 6

    There will be two more screws on the button of the Blackberry 9630.

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    Remove the torx screws you find under the front cover.

    Step 13

    Now the bottom frame should come loose from the Blackberry 9630.

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    Remove carefully the coaxial cable used for signal on the Blackberry 9630.

    Step 15

    Remove the keyboard connector by lifting it off from the Blackberry 9630 motherboard.

    Step 16

    Once release, it will look like this.

    Step 17

    You can now lift the Blakcberry 9530 motherboard to reveal two more connectors. The LCD screen and the trackpad.

    Step 18

    Closer picture shows the connectors on the left hand side.

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    Disconnect the ribbon cable for the auxility buttons.

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    You should now have more freedom to disconnect the two ribbon cables off the Blackberry 9630 motherboard.

    Step 21

    To remove the Blackberry 9630 Keypad, insert the flathead tool on the edge of the frame.

    Step 23

    Front view of the Blackberry 9630 Keypad.

    Step 24

    Top view of the Blackberry 9630 Frame.

    Step 25

    Top view of the Blackberry 9630 motherboard.

    Step 26

    Blackberry 9630 Screen can be easily removed by lifting it from the top end and rising it at an angle.

    Step 27

    Once the Blackberry 9630 has been disassemble, it should look like this.

    Last Updated on Monday, 21 February 2011 21:57
     
    Blackberry Curve 8520 Trackpad Replacement Print E-mail
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    Friday, 25 June 2010 01:40


    Blackberry 8520 Repair Tools Before you begin

  • Read this website's Legal Guidelines and make sure you understand the risks of this repair. Place your Blackberry 8520 on a clean flat and soft surface, such as a rubber mat or a piece of soft cloth and get the required opening tools

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    Step 2

    Turn your Blackberry 8520 on its front and remove the Blackberry battery door and the Blackberry 8520 battery.

    Step 3

    This is what it looks like when battery and door are removed.

    Step 4

    Remove the simcard and microSD card if present.

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    Remove the Torx screws on the frame of the Blackberry 8520 as shown in picture.

    Step 6

    Turn the Blackberry 8520 on the side and remove the 8520 front cover using the spudger as shown in the image.

    Step 10

    Remove the torx screws you find under the front cover.

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    Now the metal  frame should come loose from the Blackberry 8520 LCD.

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    Remove the other screw on top of the 8520 LCD frame.

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    Remove the remaining screws of the keypad.

    Step 16

    Release the Blackberry 8520 motherboard from the back frame.

    Step 17

    Now you set aside the 8520 logic board as shown in the image.

    Step 18

    Turn the board around and easy off the LCD connector.

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    Remove the screw of the 8520 trackpad connector cover.

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    Remove the cover and ease off the Blackberry 8520 trackpad connector.

    Step 21

    This is what is looks like when the Blackberry 8520 trackpad module is completeley removed from the board.

    Last Updated on Monday, 21 February 2011 22:24
     
    Blackberry Storm 9500 Repair Guide Print E-mail
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    Saturday, 05 December 2009 17:33


    Blackberry Storm Before you begin

  • Read the legal information section and make sure you are qualified to attempt this repair. Place your Blackberry Storm 9500 on a clean flat and soft surface, such as a rubber mat or a piece of soft cloth and get the required opening tools.

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    Turn your Blackberry Storm 9500 on its front.

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    Remove the battery door and the battery.

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    Remove the 2 screws under the battery compartment they are located right in the middle of the storm.

    Step 4

    The second one is right below it.

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    Turn the Blackberry Storm 9500 around and pry off the microphone cover at the top using a plastic opening tool. Remove any screws you find underneath.

    Step 6

    Here are the torx screws below that need to be removed.

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    On the other end there is another panel that needs to be removed which is part of the camera.

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    Once the plastic piece is removed you can see another 2 torx screws.

    Step 12

    These torx scres need to be removed.

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    Use the torx screw to remove the 2 screws.

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    Once all 6 torx screws are removed you can now use teh green tool to remove the top frame from the bottom frame.

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    Use the edge of the green tool to life the off the hooks that connect the top and bottom frames.

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    Once you have worked you way all the way around the device with the green tool you can then take the front button frame you can now completely remove it from the bottom.

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    You can now lift the screen using a flathead screwdriver.

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    Keep the screen right next to the logicboard so the cable does not tear.  In order to detatch the screen you need to access the other side of the logicboard.

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    This can be done by using a flathead and working your way around the logicboard so that it releases from the clips at its edges.

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    The logicboard and screen are now removed from the back frame of the storm.

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    Flip the logicboard around so that it is sitting on top of the screen.

    Step 25

    This ribbon cable connection can be removed using a flathead to gently seperate it from the logicboard.

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    Carefully pry loose the wifi antenna connector. Be careful since the ring can get damaged easily.

    Step 27

    A second ribbon cable can be disconnected.  Again, use a flathead to gently remove  the ribbon cable from the logicboard.

    Step 28

    The logicboard can now be completely removed from the LCD and the center frame.

    Step 29

    Here is a picture of the logicboard and the center frame.

    Step 30

    Here is a picture of the LCD/touch screen.

    Step 31

    Picture of the logicboard.

    Step 32

    Here are all the parts that have been taken apart.
    Last Updated on Monday, 21 February 2011 22:42
     
    Blackberry 8800 Repair Guide Print E-mail
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    Thursday, 12 November 2009 07:17


    Blackberry 8800 border= Before you begin

  • Read this website's Legal Guidelines and make sure you understand the risks of this repair. Place your Blackberry 8800 on a clean flat and soft surface, such as a rubber mat or a piece of soft cloth and get the required opening tools

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    This is the back of the blackberry 8800 with the battery cover removed.

     

     

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    There are 4 torx screws that need to be removed.

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    Behind the backplate there are 2 more torx screws that need to be removed.

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    Once the 4 screws are removed you can  then remove the the back cover that covers the top of the phone.  To do this lift up from the bottom and push the casing away and upward simultaneously to ease it ouf of the 2 latches holding it in from the top.

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    Now the side plastic pieces can be removed from the device with the torque screws removed.

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    Remove the other side plastic piece just like the first one and flip your phone over and it will look like this.

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    The bottom of the phone has a plastic clip that holds the backplate and frontplate together that needs to be removed.

    Step 8

    This can be done by simply pulling on the plastic piece.

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    The wire that connects the antenna needs to be removed.  It is delicate so do it with the little flathead screwdriver.

    Step 10

    This is what the antenna cable looks like when it is disconnected.

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    Once the antenna cable is removed you can now seprate the 2 remaining pieces of casing apart.  You can do this by using a flathead screw driver to go around the edge and undoing the snap together latches.

    Step 13

    This is the 8800 logicboard from the back.

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    The last thing connected to the 8800 logicboard is the LCD ribbon cable.

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    It needs to be disconnected with the flathead screwdriver so you do not pull it of the 8800 logicboard and break the cable.

    Step 16

    Now it can be removed from the casing.

    Step 17

    This is the 5pin USB connector that can become loose or broken due to everyday use of the phone.

    Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 17:11
     
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