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Terminal    0

I have recently cracked the screen of my M700 so I went online and brought a replacement. I am wondering if someone with experience replacing screens could tell me if this is a difficult job I should not bother attempting or if it is fairly straight forward.

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pugzi    0

HI,

could you tell me where you got your screen from, my daughter sunk her teeth into mine

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Terminal    0
That's one expensive dummy!

@Terminal, why don't you do it under warranty?

Failing that you could download the zip file from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=311463

It's a nice guide for dismantling the Trinity in pdf format

Is that expensive? I was quoted £130 odd quid by Orange. Also I didn't think that me smashing my screen would be covered by warranty. Is it?

Thanks for the guide, very helpful.

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Robbied    0
Is that expensive? I was quoted £130 odd quid by Orange. Also I didn't think that me smashing my screen would be covered by warranty. Is it?

Thanks for the guide, very helpful.

Worth a try wouldn't you say??

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LSmith4285    0
Worth a try wouldn't you say??

I used to work for Orange, they won't even look at a cracked screen, a damaged screen is user damage.

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Terminal    0
Terminal Did you get the screen , and was it easy to fit ????

yeah screen arrived and thanks to the great guide posted by Robbied and the specialist screwdriver that came with the screen was a breeze to fit.

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