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Replacing Motorola V60i Logic Board
Replacing Motorola V60i Logic Board
Step-by-step guide to replacing your phone's motherboard.
Written By: Elizabeth OBrien
INTRODUCTION
Step-by-step guide to replacing your phone's logic board.
TOOLS:
Spudger (1)
T6 Torx Screwdriver (1)
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Step 1 — Battery
Flip phone to see back cover.
Using either finger or spugder tool press button located near the top of phone by the
antenna.
Step 2
Pry up back plate from phone to reveal battery.
Push button near bottom of battery using either your finger of the spudger. This will release
the battery.
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Step 3 — Back Plate
Using a T6 Torx Screwdriver
remove the four torxs on the back
of the phone.
Step 4
Simultaneously press indicated buttons on both sides of phone.
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Step 5
Separate back plate from the rest
of phone.
Make sure to not pull, there
is a wire (circled on image)
connecting the two plates.
Step 6 — Motherboard
Gently lift logic board from back
plate.
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Step 7
Place logic board on front cover.
Unsnap orange wire that connects the logic board to keypad sensor to allow the logic
board to move freely.
<p>To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.</p>
This document was last generated on 2015-01-08 03:08:28 AM.
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