|Sony Ericsson P900 disassembly
If you require a new screen, phone cover and screwdrivers, they can be purchased
Tools required: plastic shim such as a guitar plectrum and Phillips screwdriver
- Remove the memory stick, stylus, battery
cover, battery and SIM. Next remove the 4 screws (where the circles are, pictured below).
The top two screws will be covered with plastic stoppers but these are
- Slide your fingernail or plectrum along
the join of the housing (pictured below). Gently prise the phone cover
apart from the bottom of the phone (there are clips at the top of the
phone so you may damage them if you try and prise the housing apart from
- The phone should now be in two pieces,
as pictured below.
- Lift the screen from left to right, as
pictured below. It is very important that you lift from left to right as
there is a ribbon cable on the right which can snap if you lift the
screen from the wrong side. Note the screws (circled below). Remove
these while holding the screen up.
- The motherboard now needs to be removed.
It is held in place by clips in the housing. Gently work your way around
the edge of the phone releasing the clips so the board is gradually
freed. Now lift the motherboard with the screen still attached by the ribbon (circled red) from
right to left as another ribbon (attached to the jog dial) is on
the left hand side of the phone (in the general area of the blue arrow). If you try and lift the motherboard
from left to right you may snap the jog dial ribbon.
- You should now be able to disconnect the
ribbon attached to the LCD. The LCD is now removed (pictured below). Reverse the procedure for
disassembly and it's finished.
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