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Einleitung

This guide will help you to disassemble your Sony Ericsson T68i.

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  1. Remove the battery from the back. Remove the battery from the back.
    • Remove the battery from the back.

  2. Remove the plastic cover from the back. Pry it off from the top first with a thin plastic shim, then remove it from the two bottom clips. When removing the top part do not bend it too far down, or else you risk breaking the two bottom clips. When removing the top part do not bend it too far down, or else you risk breaking the two bottom clips.
    • Remove the plastic cover from the back. Pry it off from the top first with a thin plastic shim, then remove it from the two bottom clips.

    • When removing the top part do not bend it too far down, or else you risk breaking the two bottom clips.

  3. Unscrew all four Torx T6 screws. Keep in a safe place. Keep in a safe place.
    • Unscrew all four Torx T6 screws.

    • Keep in a safe place.

  4. After removing the screws, the two halves will separate.  If not, then pry them gently apart. After removing the screws, the two halves will separate.  If not, then pry them gently apart. After removing the screws, the two halves will separate.  If not, then pry them gently apart.
    • After removing the screws, the two halves will separate. If not, then pry them gently apart.

  5. Pull off the keypad. Pull off the keypad.
    • Pull off the keypad.

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  7. Gently pull off the infra red window and the vibra motor. Gently pull off the infra red window and the vibra motor. Gently pull off the infra red window and the vibra motor.
    • Gently pull off the infra red window and the vibra motor.

  8. Remove the circuit board and screen from the device. Use your T6 to remove the 4 screws holding the cover on. Use your T6 to remove the 4 screws holding the cover on.
    • Remove the circuit board and screen from the device.

    • Use your T6 to remove the 4 screws holding the cover on.

  9. Remove the board and screen. Remove the board and screen. Remove the board and screen.
    • Remove the board and screen.

  10. Lever out the microphone using a small screwdriver or any similar tool. Lever out the microphone using a small screwdriver or any similar tool.
    • Lever out the microphone using a small screwdriver or any similar tool.

  11. Carefully remove the plastic clips holding the screen on the board. Carefully remove the plastic clips holding the screen on the board. Carefully remove the plastic clips holding the screen on the board.
    • Carefully remove the plastic clips holding the screen on the board.

  12. Remove the speaker located in the screen housing just above the screen. Gently pry it out with a small screwdriver or similar tool. Gently pry it out with a small screwdriver or similar tool.
    • Remove the speaker located in the screen housing just above the screen.

    • Gently pry it out with a small screwdriver or similar tool.

  13. Remove the plate from the circuit board protecting the more delicate processing parts. Remove the plate from the circuit board protecting the more delicate processing parts. Remove the plate from the circuit board protecting the more delicate processing parts.
    • Remove the plate from the circuit board protecting the more delicate processing parts.

  14. Congratulations, you have successfully disassembled your Sony Ericsson T68i!
    • Congratulations, you have successfully disassembled your Sony Ericsson T68i!

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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