Ericsson R310 & Variants
When dismantling any phone, great care should be taken to ensure that no damage is caused to any of the parts. Rough handling may result in severe damage of many parts, and if proper anti-static procedures are not followed, electrostatic damage may result in any electronic component.
Step 1. It's been a while since I took one of these apart, so you'll have to bear with me. First of all, remove the battery from the back of the phone.
Step 2. Unscrew the two retaining screws that hold the aerial assembly in place. The exploded diagram below shows the parts that need to be removed.
Step 3. Now that the aerial assembly is removed, you can move on to removing the six remaining screws. There is no precise sequence for removing these, but I would suggest that you remove the two bottom ones, followed by the two at the top, and finally the two middle screws.
Step 4. You should now be able to remove the back panel of the phone as shown in the picture below.
Step 5. With the back panel removed, the main circuit board can be simply lifted out of the fascia of the phone. The screen and keyboard assembly is equally easy to remove, but does latch in place as shown in the first of the pictures below.
Step 6. You should now be looking at a view very similar to the one shown below.
Step 7. To re-assemble, simply reverse all the steps you above ensuring that if you have got any finger marks on the screen, to buff them out with a soft lint-free cloth prior to re-assembly.
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