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October 2010

HTC Droid Eris Teardown & Screen Repair Video Directions – DirectFix

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DirectFix.com just uploaded to YouTube a Free HD Video Directions on how to teardown and replace the screen on the HTC Droid Eris unit. This video can be used for directions on replacing the Touch Panel, LCD screen assembly and more. These are comprehensive step by step directions on how to take apart the HTC Droid Eris. We detail all the tools needed along with each step in the process to tear the unit down for repair. Parts are available at DirectFix.com webpage.


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Blackberry Bold 9700 Screen Repair Directions – DirectFix

DirectFix.com just uploaded to YouTube a Free HD Video Directions on how to teardown and replace the screen on a Blackberry Bold 9700 unit. This video can be used for directions on replacing the complete lcd screen assembly, trackpad and more. These are comprehensive step by step directions on how to take apart the Blackberry 9700 Bold 2. We detail all the tools needed along with each step in the process to tear the unit down for repair. The LCD replacement screen is available for sale on the DirectFix.com webpage.


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Apple iPod Touch 4th Generation Screen Repair Directions – DirectFix

DirectFix.com just uploaded to YouTube Free Video Directions on how to teardown and replace the screen on an iPod Touch 4th Generation unit. This video can be used for directions on replacing the complete screen assembly, batteries and more. These are comprehensive step by step directions on how to take it apart the Apple iPod Touch Gen 4. We detail all the tools needed along with each step in the process to tear the iPod down for repair. The iPod Gen 4 screen requires a complete screen assembly with the LCD and Touch Panel. Unlike the past iPod Touch units which had the option to replace just the touch panel or just the lcd the iPod Gen 4 LCD and Touch Panel are glued together as one screen assembly.


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