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-== I understand your struggle. ==
+I understand your struggle.
I was frantically searching for solutions when it came to this issue. I had just completely rebuilt the phone, all the way down to its frame, for damage related reasons. It just so happened that I had an issue at one point seating the screen in the frame, so, as you may imagine, I put it upon myself to attempt to get it to sit in the frame nice and snug. In the process, the screen assembly came in and out of the phone a plethora of times. ''At some point during this process'', I '''must have''' mixed up the 1.2mm screw with one of the 1.7mm screws.
Of course I didn't realize the fatality of my mistake until I came across this thread. I had also seen some other horror stories about how micro-soldering was your only option. At this point, I was willing to give most of any sensible ideas a shot, ''so I did''.
I removed all four screws on the motherboard's screen assembly shield. After I did this, I then took a closer look at all of the screws I had sitting there on my desk. At this point, it was time to see if I had mixed any of them up (I did). It appeared that I had definitely mixed up the 1.2 or 1.3 millimeter screw with one of the 1.7mm screws. At that, I then took to measuring (by eye) the 1.3 and 1.2 millimeter screws to see which was shorter. I made my choice (which you could much more formally do), and put them all back in their designated holes.
-'''HOWEVER''', for the 1.2 and 1.3 millimeter screws, I '''did not''' tighten them as much, hoping that just maybe nothing would short out or that no further damage would occur.
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-== Keep in mind, ==
+'''HOWEVER''', for the 1.2 and 1.3 millimeter screws, I '''did not''' tighten them as much, hoping that just maybe nothing would short out or that no further damage would o
+Keep in mind,
I had spiritual help throughout the whole fiasco. ''':D'''
-== I then booted the phone ==
+ I then booted the phone
(no fingers crossed).
'''Hooray!''' The phone successfully was restored.
Keep in mind though, '''I may not have''' tightened the wrong one in place of a shorter screw to an extent where I '''could have''' broken it. Your condition '''may be different'''. I do, however, giving something of this nature a shot.
-== From one human to another, ==
+From one human to another,
take my word. I was skeptical, '''and you should be too''', but if you really want that phone of yours back, '''give this a shot.'''
'''IF, and I mean IF''', this phone is to act up again, I will attempt the remember to come back to this thread and let you fellas know.
-== REMEMBER, ==
+ REMEMBER,
this is not full-proof, '''but I do think it is worth a try.'''
-== Thanks all, hope you can carry through with your repairs! ==
+ Thanks all, hope you can carry through with your repairs!

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Post originale di: Nathan Litzinger ,

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== I understand your struggle. ==

I was frantically searching for solutions when it came to this issue. I had just completely rebuilt the phone, all the way down to its frame, for damage related reasons. It just so happened that I had an issue at one point seating the screen in the frame, so, as you may imagine, I put it upon myself to attempt to get it to sit in the frame nice and snug. In the process, the screen assembly came in and out of the phone a plethora of times. ''At some point during this process'', I '''must have''' mixed up the 1.2mm screw with one of the 1.7mm screws.

Of course I didn't realize the fatality of my mistake until I came across this thread. I had also seen some other horror stories about how micro-soldering was your only option. At this point, I was willing to give most of any sensible ideas a shot, ''so I did''.

I removed all four screws on the motherboard's screen assembly shield. After I did this, I then took a closer look at all of the screws I had sitting there on my desk. At this point, it was time to see if I had mixed any of them up (I did). It appeared that I had definitely mixed up the 1.2 or 1.3 millimeter screw with one of the 1.7mm screws. At that, I then took to measuring (by eye) the 1.3 and 1.2 millimeter screws to see which was shorter. I made my choice (which you could much more formally do), and put them all back in their designated holes.

'''HOWEVER''', for the 1.2 and 1.3 millimeter screws, I '''did not''' tighten them as much, hoping that just maybe nothing would short out or that no further damage would occur.

== Keep in mind, ==

I had spiritual help throughout the whole fiasco.       ''':D'''

== I then booted the phone ==

(no fingers crossed).

'''Hooray!''' The phone successfully was restored.

Keep in mind though, '''I may not have''' tightened the wrong one in place of a shorter screw to an extent where I '''could have''' broken it. Your condition '''may be different'''. I do, however, giving something of this nature a shot.

== From one human to another, ==

take my word. I was skeptical, '''and you should be too''', but if you really want that phone of yours back, '''give this a shot.'''

'''IF, and I mean IF''', this phone is to act up again, I will attempt the remember to come back to this thread and let you fellas know.

== REMEMBER, ==

this is not full-proof, '''but I do think it is worth a try.'''

== Thanks all, hope you can carry through with your repairs! ==

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