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How to Take apart a Blackberry Curve 8300

By Edited Jun 16, 2016 1 1

If you need to replace a part on your Blackberry Curve 8300 you should first try and take it back to your mobile phone carrier to try and see if it can be fixed under the manufacturer's warranty.

If they deny you the repaid under warranty you will either have to take it to a cell phone repair company or simply fix it yourself.

Common repairs include replacing the LCD screen as well as replacing the keyboard. In order to replace these parts you will have to take your Blackberry Curve apart.

Simply follow the instructions provided in the following video to learn the steps required to properly disassemble your Blackberry Curve 8300.

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Nov 26, 2009 11:39pm
DragonRider
Thank you so much for posting this video here. I just dropped my new blackberry curve 8330 into toilet this morning. And the service provider refused to help me fix it. So I followed this video and took apart my blackberry, cleaned it up with rubbing alcohol. Now it's 100% recovered, working very well again.
So this video instruction saved me hundreds dollars. Thank you again for the information. It's a very clear instruction video, easy to follow, very good.
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