Repairing screen of Samsung Exhibit 4G

I tried to replace the front screen and digitizer of my Samsung Exhibit 4G( SGH-T759 ) nad I have following problems:

1 - a couple of screws wont hold the circut board when I'm closing the phone
2 - the cover wont fit properly when closing
3 - the digitizer seem to work fine, but display is gone when I make a call and never comes back
4 - the click sound is not working

Any clues or pointers are appreciated. I'm being a brave soul to repair a phone so please don't judge Happy


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Just a link.
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Repaired, its funtional

I got everything fixed. Some cosmetic damage as a result but the phone is functional. Thanks for the link but I read it late. I think I put too much force to break the clips.

Yes, you got it right Bob. Its against my values to throw away something that can be repaired.


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Good to read.

You don't want to see my toolkits as they changed from 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 and now today. You would not recognize some things such as what looks like a butter knife but thinner and a heat gun to warm up glues so I can pry it open.

Suction cups? Yup, got a few with rubber bands to pull on the surface as we heat and pry.

In 1970, it was hammers and pipe wrenches!

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