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Remove dust from under the screen & Repair audio jack?

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Hi guys,

I asume many of you have the problem that there is dust under the screen, is it easy to clean without damaging anything? Also is there a good tutorial somewhere about this? Because there is a lot of dust under my screen and its really irritating.

Then my second problem is that my audiojack doenst make good contact if i touch it a little bit the phone starts to play on speaker or just stops playing at all could this be an easy fix?

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Would love to clear the dust as well. I saw someone recommending vacuum cleaner in the corner where the dust gets in. Didn't work for me

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I'll post a guide later, just need to dig out my digi cam. Tools you'll need for this endeavour : A set of small screw drivers, a flat piece of plastic for levering parts out ( I found the best tool for this to be a handle from a diy ice lolly kit :P ) hoover with brush attachment, surgeon gloves, toothbrush, anti static cloth or chamois leather and a clean workspace of a light colour for easy identification of missing parts etc.

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Great, looking forward to your post as I have the same problem :(

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:) maybe this will help ...
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Nice that tutorial is nice to open it so how do i clean it? Just with an anti static cloth? and some cleaning latex gloves?

Also what about the audo jack if i pull the jack a little it stops playing

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I have a (somewhat) related question: the recording level of my microphone is very low and I think it has something to do with dust.

I've been looking at the disassembly pictures but can't really determine which part is the microphone. Is it the part on the top right on picture 11?

Never mind, found it: http://www.modaco.com/topic/352750-microphone-volume-very-low-during-calls/

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