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    02/25/2015 Initial release. Updated Tools Required for Disassembly and Display Removal (With Display 04/24/2015 Removal Fixture) sections with photos of current fixture.  Added subheadings for Lens Removal Fixture Setup, Pre-Heat Method A, Pre-Heat Method B, and Display Removal to Display Removal (With Display Removal Fixture).

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    The phone components may be damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD). Always use an ESD mat and ground strap when working with internal components. Handle Battery with care. Ensure Battery edges and surfaces are not dented or deformed. If the Battery Pack is dropped to the floor, it may be internally damaged and must be scrapped.

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    Earpiece Front-Facing Imager Main Display Sideband Housing Rear-Facing Imager Deco Ring Rear-Facing Imager Motorola Logo Power Key Volume Key Display Bezel USB Port Headset Jack...

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    All dimensions are in millimeters (mm). The following gaps are considered maximum allowable without further approval from a supervisor. Measure gaps at an angle perpendicular to the surface/area being measured. Feeler Gauges must not be used at an angle as they will give false-positive results.

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    Main Lens to Front Housing Perimeter Rear-Facing Imager to Deco Ring Perimeter Rear-Facing Imager to Lens Artwork Concentricity Deco Ring to Housing Perimeter Motorola Logo to Housing Side Rotation Housing to Sideband Perimeter Housing to Sideband Perimeter Power Key to Sideband Perimeter...

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    ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY,4.5 Inches MDL ASSY,TFT,WITH LENS,INX,PROD,BLACK ASSY,DISP,4.5 Inches MDL ASSY,TFT,WITH LENS,INX,PROD,WHITE ASSEMBLY,EARPIECE,DECORATIVE ASSY,EARPC,DECORATIVE,WHITE GSKT,FF IMAGER,STYX SCREW,4.0,UNIWAVE II,DVX GROM,PROX,WITH ADHES TRANSDUCER,SDRP0612HJ05-02-G AAC 6X12X2MM RCVR CHAS,GND PLATE,STYX FLEX,AUDIO HSG,PCB FRAME,TOP,MOLDED,STYX HSG,PCB FRAME,BOTTOM,MOLDED,STYX...

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW ASSY,PWA,XCVR,PORT STYX 3G 2SIM ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM DS ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM DS DTV ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,XCVR,PORT STYX 3G 2SIM LBL,MEID,STYX CVR,SIM W/ ADHES CVR,SIM W/ ADHESIVE, WHT IMGR MDL,CMOS,5MP,8.5X8.5X4.55,MIPI,4P,1/5,LAND,2.8V SHLD,TOP CVR CAMR SKT PAD,GSKT LOUD ADHES DIE CUT,ADHES,LOUD TRANSDUCER,OTHR,2V,LOUDSPEAKER, 8OHM, 3.65 X 12 X 17MM, IP67, IN GROM,UUSB,STYX...

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    CONN,JACK, HEADSET, 3.5 MM DIAMETER, 45 DEG SLOPED FRONT, SLVR TAPE,ADHES,HEADSETJACK DVX LENS,MN CAMR STYX GSKT,REAR MN CAMR COMP ASSY,GROM PRMRY MIC,STYX CONT,SPKR BTN,VOL,INNER,MOLDED W/ ADHESIVE,STYX 11.1 DIE CUT,ADHES,SPK PCB FRM 11.2 DIE CUT,ADHES,TOP FRAME,STYX 11.3 ASSEMBLY,FLEX CIRCUIT,HSJ...

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    Sideband Front-Facing Display Earpiece Bezel Imager Gasket Proximity Earpiece Grounding Grommet Speaker Plate Bottom Spacer Rear-Facing Loudspeaker Top Spacer Loudspeaker USB Grommet Imager Gasket Main Rear-Facing Rear-Facing Battery Headset Jack Microphone Side Key Pad Imager Gasket Imager Lens Grommet...

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    The following tools are required to disassemble the Moto E (2nd Generation) phone. 4-00-X2-10000/ Generic Lens Removal Fixture* 4-00-X7-10000 Lens Heating Nest (optional – for use with Hot Plate if Oven is not 4-00-X5-10000 available) Styx Lens Removal Fixture 4-00-X6-10000 4-00-Z2-10000 “7x”7 Hot Plate...

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    Oven (optional - for reduction of process time if Hot Plate and Lens Heating Nest are not available) Blackstick 4IP Torx Bit Thin Plastic Spudger 0-00-00-40826 Tweezers (Plastic or Plastic-Tipped) ESD Mat and Wrist Strap Gloves or Finger Collets Isopropyl (ISP) Alcohol *Generic Lens Removal Fixtures 4-00-X2-10000 and 4-00-X7-10000 are identical tools.

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    Use a fingernail in the USB Port to unsnap the bottom of the Sideband from the Housing. Peel the Sideband away from the Housing to disengage the snaps and remove the Sideband.

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    Inspect the Water Detection Label (WDL) visible through the opening next to the Label Tray, to verify it is correctly placed and inspect it for signs of activation.

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    Use the flat end of the Blackstick to unsnap the SIM Cover from the Housing.

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    If the Display Lens is damaged, continue to Pre-Heat Method A and Pre-Heat Method B are Display Removal (Damaged Display Lens Only) optional procedures that may be used to reduce on page 30. Do not use the Display Removal the Display Removal process time. (With Display Removal Fixture) procedure if the Display Lens is damaged.

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    Place the Lens Heating Nest (4-00-X5-10000) on the Hot Plate. If the Lens Heating Nest and Hot Plate are not available or not appropriate, use Pre-Heat Method B on page 26 or skip to Display Removal on page Set the Hot Plate to 110 °C (230 °F). Do not set the Hot Plate temperature higher than 110 °C (230 °F).

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    Pre-heat the Oven to 70 °C (158 °F). If the Oven is not available or not appropriate, skip to Display Removal on page 27. Do not set the Oven temperature higher than 70 °C (158 °F). Damage to the phone may occur. Place the phone in the Oven.

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    Place the phone in the Styx Lens Removal Fixture with the Display facing down and the Headset Jack facing the front of the fixture. Press down on the Styx Lens Removal Fixture and press the red button to turn on the vacuum pump.

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    Remove the phone from the Styx Lens Removal Fixture. Wear protective gloves when handling heated parts. Use the Thin Plastic Spudger to separate the remaining adhesive from the USB side of the phone. Do not insert the Thin Plastic Spudger farther than necessary.

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    13. Verify that the Display Flex is disconnected and that no other connection exists between the Display and the phone assembly. 14. Lift the Display out of the Housing.

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    The phone may be pre-heated before Display removal. See Pre-Heat Method A on page 25 and Pre-Heat Method B on page 26 for pre-heating instructions. Slide the Thin Plastic Spudger into the gap between the Display and the Housing. This procedure should only be performed if the Display Lens is damaged.

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    When the adhesive has been freed, slightly lift the Display from the Housing. To avoid damage to the Display Flex, do not lift the Display any higher than necessary to disconnect the Battery and Display Flex. Use the Tweezers to disconnect the Battery. To avoid damage to the Display, the Battery must be disconnected before disconnecting the Display Flex.

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    Use the Blackstick to open the Display Flex ZIF Connector Door. Slide the Display Flex free from the ZIF Connector. Do not damage the Display Flex. Verify that the Display Flex is disconnected and that no other connection exists between the Display and the phone assembly.

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    Use the flat end of the Blackstick to push the Earpiece Bezel out of the Display. After you remove the Earpiece Bezel, you cannot reuse it.

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    Use the Plastic Tweezers to remove the Front-Facing Imager Gasket from the Display. After you remove the Front-Facing Imager Gasket, you cannot reuse it.

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    Use the Tweezers to remove the Proximity Grommet. After you remove the Proximity Grommet, you cannot reuse it.

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    10. Use the Blackstick to push the Earpiece Speaker towards the top edge of the phone. Verify that the tab on the left side of the Earpiece Speaker is clear of the retention feature. 11. Use the pointed end of the Blackstick on the corner of the Earpiece Speaker to pry the Earpiece Speaker out of the socket.

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    Remove the 4IP Screw from the Grounding Plate. After you remove the 4IP Screw, you cannot reuse it. Slide the Grounding Plate to one side to disengage one of the snap features, then to the other side to free the other. Slide the Grounding Plate upwards to disengage the 2 top snap features.

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    Remove the 6 4IP Screws from the Bottom Spacer. After you remove the 4IP Screws, you cannot reuse them. Use the flat end of the Blackstick on the 2 removal features of the Bottom Spacer to disengage the Housing snaps. Do not damage the Battery connector or Display Flex ZIF Connector.

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    If the PCB will be replaced, record the Battery part number (starts with “SNN”) and reprogram the Battery part number in the PCB using MotoService “Battery Link” use case after assembly. Remove the 10 4IP Screws from the PCB. After you remove the 4IP Screws, you cannot reuse them.

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    Insert the pointed end of the Blackstick on the right edge of the PCB, near the Power Key connector, and slowly pry up to release the PCB. Verify that the Side Key Pad does not loosen from the Housing when lifting the PCB. Slide the PCB out of the Housing.

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    Remove the Kapton Tape from the Audio ZIF Connector. After you remove the Kapton Tape, you cannot reuse it. Use the Blackstick to open the Audio ZIF Connector Door. Slide the Audio Flex free from the ZIF Connector. Use the flat end of the Blackstick to disengage the 2 snap features.

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    Use the flat end of the Blackstick to pry the Top Spacer off the PCB. The Top Spacer uses a small amount of adhesive to attach to the PCB. Do not damage the Top Spacer when removing it from the PCB.

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    Use the flat end of the Blackstick on the corners of the Rear-Facing Imager Shield to raise it. Remove the Rear Facing Imager Shield. Use the pointed end of the Blackstick to free the Rear-Facing Imager from the socket by pressing on the retention tabs.

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    Use the flat end of the Blackstick to pry the Loudspeaker from the PCB at the contact side of the Loudspeaker. Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove the Loudspeaker Adhesive. Remove the Loudspeaker Adhesive only if the Loudspeaker will be reused. If the Loudspeaker will be replaced, skip this step.

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    Use the flat end of the Blackstick to remove the USB Grommet from the PCB.

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    Failure to adhere to Safety Critical Note(s) may increase Handle the Battery Pack with care. If dropped to the risk of rupture, burning, or failure to function safely when floor, it may be internally damaged and must be used by the customer. Refer to the Battery Safety scrapped.

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    From the inside of the Housing, pull the Label Tray out of the Housing. Remove the IMEI Label from the Label Tray.

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    Insert the pointed end of the Blackstick into the Headset Jack. Use the Blackstick to pry the Headset Jack out of the Housing. Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove the Headset Jack Adhesive. Remove the Headset Jack Adhesive only if the Headset Jack will be reused.

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    Use the Tweezers to remove the Main Microphone Grommet from the Housing.

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    Use the Tweezers to remove the Side Key Pad from the Housing.

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    From the inside of the Housing, use the pointed end of the Blackstick to push the Rear-Facing Imager Lens out. Do not push the Lens free from the outside of the Housing or remove the Rear-Facing Imager Deco Ring. The Rear Facing Imager Deco Ring can not be reassembled at this time.

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    Use the Tweezers to remove the Rear-Facing Imager Gasket. Remove the Rear-Facing Imager Gasket only if it is damaged. If the Rear-Facing Imager Gasket can be reused, skip this step.

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    The following tools are required for parts refresh of the Moto E (2nd Generation) phone. PCB Process Fixture 4-00-W6-10000 Lens Assembly Process Fixture 4-00-W9-10000 Blackstick Tweezers (Plastic or Plastic-Tipped) ESD Mat and Wrist Strap Gloves or Finger Collets Isopropyl (ISP) Alcohol...

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    Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove any remaining adhesive in the Battery pocket. Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to clean any remaining adhesive from the Display ledge.

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    Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove any remaining adhesive from where the Top Carrier attaches to the PCB. Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove any remaining adhesive from where the Loudspeaker and Loudspeaker Gasket attaches to the PCB. Use the Tweezers to remove the PCB Kapton Tape from the PCB Shields.

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    Use the Tweezers to remove the Display ZIF Connector pad. Remove the Display ZIF Connector pad only if it is damaged or if thermal work will be performed on the PCB. After you remove it, you cannot reuse Verify that the Display ZIF Connector Door is open.

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    Failure to adhere to Safety Critical Note(s) may increase Handle the Battery Pack with care. If dropped to the risk of rupture, burning, or failure to function safely when floor, it may be internally damaged and must be used by the customer. Refer to the Battery Safety scrapped.

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    Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove any remaining IMEI Label adhesive from the Label Tray. Inspect the Label Tray to verify it is not cracked, creased, or otherwise damaged.

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    Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove any remaining adhesive from the edge of the Display. Use care when cleaning the Display. Do not separate the Display from the Lens or damage the Display Flex. Inspect the Display Flex to verify it is not torn, creased, or otherwise damaged.

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    ASSEMBLY,EARPIECE,DECORATIVE ASSY,EARPC,DECORATIVE,WHITE GSKT,FF IMAGER,STYX ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY,4.5 Inches MDL ASSY,TFT,WITH LENS,INX,PROD,BLACK" ASSY,DISP,4.5 Inches MDL ASSY,TFT,WITH LENS,INX,PROD,WHITE...

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    Place the Inlay in the Lens Assembly Process Fixture (4-00-W9-10000) as shown. Place the Display in the Lens Assembly Process Fixture (4-00-W9-10000).

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    Remove the Front-Facing Imager Gasket from the carrier. Place the Front-Facing Imager Gasket into the fixture using the pins to align it. Press down on the Front-Facing Imager Gasket for 5 seconds to secure it to the Display. Remove the adhesive liner from the Earpiece Bezel.

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    DIE CUT,ADHES,SPK PCB FRM DIE CUT,ADHES,TOP FRAME,STYX COMP ASSY,FRM FLX TOP,STYX Use the Blackstick and ISP Alcohol to remove the Top Spacer Adhesive and Loudspeaker-Side Adhesive from the Top Spacer. Place the Top Spacer in the PCB Process Fixture (4-00-W6-10000).

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    Remove the Loudspeaker-Side Adhesive from the carrier. Place the Loudspeaker-Side Adhesive in the fixture over the Top Spacer. Align the adhesive using the cutout in the fixture and the tab on the adhesive liner. Press down on the Loudspeaker-Side Adhesive to secure it to the Top Spacer.

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    Battery Adhesive Main Rear-Facing Rear-Facing Housing Side Key Pad Microphone Headset Jack Label Tray Battery Imager Lens Imager Gasket Grommet Loudspeaker Gasket Rear-Facing ZIF Connector Proximity Loudspeaker USB Grommet Top Spacer Imager Pads Grommet Bottom Spacer Grounding Plate Screws Earpiece Speaker Housing Prep Display...

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    The following tools are required to assemble the Moto E (2nd Generation) phone. Loudspeaker Adhesive Alignment Fixture 4-00-W5-10000 PCB Process Fixture 4-00-W6-10000 Front Side Process Fixture 4-00-W8-10000 Lens Assembly Process Fixture 4-00-W9-10000 Cleaning Cover...

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    Press 19501980 Blackstick 3IP Torx Bit Torque Driver (Adjustable) Tweezers (Plastic or Plastic-Tipped) ESD Mat and Wrist Strap Gloves or Finger Collets Isopropyl (ISP) Alcohol Cotton Swabs 3M AP-111 Adhesion Promoter...

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE LENS,REAR Remove the Rear-Facing Imager Lens from the carrier. Use the Tweezers to place the Rear-Facing Imager Lens into the pocket of the Rear-Facing Imager Deco Ring. Press down on the Rear-Facing Imager Lens for 5 seconds to secure it to the Rear-Facing Imager Deco Ring.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE GSKT,REAR MN CAMR Remove the Rear-Facing Imager Gasket from the carrier. Place the Rear-Facing Imager Gasket in the Rear-Facing Imager Lens pocket. Press down on the Rear-Facing Image Gasket to secure it to the Lens pocket in the Housing. Remove the liner from the Rear-Facing Imager Gasket.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE SIDE KEY CONNECTOR Place the Side Key Pad into the pocket of the Housing.

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    Verify 3 points for correct alignment:  The Side Key Pad should fit around the 3 Housing posts.  The Side Key Pad should be even with or below the inner ledge of the Housing.  The Side Key Pad should protrude slightly from each of the 3 holes on the side of the Housing.

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    Test the Side Key Pad. Pressing the buttons on the side of the Housing should cause the buttons to flex inward. The buttons should spring back immediately upon release.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE GROM,MIC Place the Main Microphone Grommet into the pocket of the Housing. The orientation feature points away from the Housing edge. Press down on the Main Microphone Grommet for 3 seconds to secure it in the Housing.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE HSJ, STYX Remove the Headset Jack Adhesive from the carrier. Apply the Headset Jack Adhesive to the Headset Jack. The adhesive should not overhang the lower edge of the Headset Jack. Press down on the Headset Jack Adhesive to secure it to the Headset Jack.

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    Remove the Headset Jack Gasket from the carrier. Apply the Headset Jack Gasket to the Headset Jack. The gasket should not overhang the edges of the Headset Jack. Remove the liner from the Headset Jack Gasket. Remove the liner from the Headset Jack Adhesive.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE LBL,MEID,STYX Route the Label Tray through the slots in the Housing. The Label Tray fits under the bar inside the Housing and out the slot on the side of the Housing.

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    Pull the Label Tray through the slot on the side of the Housing until it stops.

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    ASSY,BAT,FT40,LI POLYMER,SONY,TYP2390 MAH ALTER SNN5955A for LG DIE CUT,ADHES,BATTERY,STYX Failure to adhere to Safety Critical Note(s) may increase Handle the Battery Pack with care. If dropped to the risk of rupture, burning, or failure to function safely when floor, it may be internally damaged and must be used by the customer.

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    Remove the Battery Adhesive from the carrier. Place the Battery Adhesive in the PCB Process Fixture (4-00-W6-10000) using the pins to align Place the alignment lid on the fixture.

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    Place the Battery in the pocket. The Battery Connector aligns to the cutout in the alignment lid. Press down on the Battery to secure the adhesive.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE ASSY,BAT,FT40,LI POLYMER,SONY,TYP2390 MAH ALTER SNN5955A for LG Failure to adhere to Safety Critical Note(s) may increase Handle the Battery Pack with care. If dropped to the risk of rupture, burning, or failure to function safely when floor, it may be internally damaged and must be used by the customer.

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    If a new Battery or PCB is used, record the Battery part number (starts with “SNN”) and reprogram the Battery part number in the PCB using MotoService “Battery Link” use case after assembly. Slide the Label Tray into the Housing, underneath the Battery.

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    Verify that the Label Tray is positioned in the recess in the Housing. Place the Battery in the Housing pocket. The Battery Connector aligns to the cutout feature in the pocket corner.

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    Press down on the Battery to secure it in the Housing. Place the Front Side Process Fixture (4-00-W8- 10000) in the Press (19501980).

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    Hold the Battery Connector out of the Housing pocket. Do not damage the Battery Connector. Keep hands away form the press head during operation. Injury and/or damage to equipment may occur. Press the Battery for 10 seconds to secure it to the Housing.

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW IMGR MDL,CMOS,5MP,8.5X8.5X4.55,MIPI,4P,1/5,LAND,2.8V SHLD,TOP CVR CAMR SKT Place the Rear-Facing Imager into the PCB socket. The dot on the Rear-Facing Imager aligns with the hole in the socket. Press the Rear-Facing Imager to secure it in the socket.

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    Remove the Rear-Facing Imager protective liner. Do not discard the protective liner. Place the Rear-Facing Imager Shield over the Rear-Facing Imager. The slots on the sides of the Shield align with the spring features on the sides of the Imager socket. Press the Rear-Facing Imager Shield to secure it over the socket.

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW PAD,GSKT LOUD ADHES...

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    Place the PCB in the PCB Process Fixture (4-00- W6-10000). Place the alignment tab in the fixture.

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    Remove the Loudspeaker Gasket from the carrier. Place the Loudspeaker Gasket into the fixture using the pins in the fixture and alignment tab to align it. Press down on the Loudspeaker Gasket to secure it to the PCB.

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW DIE CUT,ADHES,LOUD TRANSDUCER,OTHR,2V,LOUDSPEAKER, 8OHM, 3.65 X 12 X 17MM, IP67, IN"...

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    Remove the Loudspeaker Adhesive liner from the Loudspeaker Adhesive carrier. Place the Loudspeaker Adhesive carrier on the Loudspeaker Adhesive Assembly Alignment Fixture (4-00-W5-10000). Place the alignment lid on the fixture.

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    Place the Loudspeaker on the adhesive, aligning the copper contacts to the cutout in the alignment lid. Press down on the Loudspeaker to secure the adhesive. Place the PCB into the PCB Processes Fixture (4-00-W6-10000).

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    Place the alignment lid on the fixture. Place the Loudspeaker into the pocket of the alignment lid. Place the press tool over the pins in the alignment lid. 10. Press the Loudspeaker for 5 seconds to secure it to the PCB.

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW PAD,PROX HSJ FLX ZIF SPRT PAD,MN DISP FLX ZIF SPRT DIE CUT,LDL Remove the Display ZIF Connector pad from the carrier. Place the Display ZIF Connector pad, aligning it to the etched markings on the PCB.

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    Remove the Audio ZIF Connector pad from the carrier. Place the Audio ZIF Connector pad, aligning it to the etched markings on the PCB. Remove the WDL from the carrier. Place the WDL on the PCB as shown, aligning it to the etched markings on the PCB.

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW GROM,UUSB,STYX Remove the USB Grommet from the carrier. Place the side of the USB Grommet without adhesive over the shield side of the USB Connector.

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    Wrap the USB Grommet around the USB Connector. Press the USB Grommet to secure it to the USB Connector. Verify the USB Grommet is fully seated and does not overlap the USB port.

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW COMP ASSY,FRM FLX TOP,STYX Remove all protective and adhesive liners from the Top Spacer. Verify that the Audio Flex is extended from Top Spacer. Place the Top Spacer on the PCB, aligning it to the pins and PCB features.

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    Wrap the Audio Flex around top of PCB and insert it into the Audio Flex ZIF Connector. Use the white line as a guide for insertion depth. Slide a fingertip across the Audio Flex ZIF Connector Door to close it. Apply Kapton Tape to the Audio Flex ZIF Connector Door.

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    ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW GROM,PROX,WITH ADHES Remove the adhesive liner from the Proximity Grommet. Place the Proximity Grommet on the Top Spacer. The Proximity Grommet aligns to the sensor features on the Top Spacer. When placing the Proximity Grommet, do not allow adhesive to be applied to the sensor features on the Top Spacer.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,1SIM ASSY,PWA,XCVR,STYX 3G,AWS ASSY,PWA,STYX,SPRINT/USC ASSY,PWA,STYX,EUROPE ASSY,PWA,STYX,LATAM SS ASSY,PWA,STYX,NA ASSY,PWA,STYX,VZW If a new Battery or PCB is used, record the Battery part number (starts with “SNN”) and reprogram the Battery part number in the PCB using MotoService “Battery Link” use case after assembly.

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    Remove the PCB Kapton Tape from the carrier. Place the PCB Kapton Tape in the PCB Process Fixture (4-00-W6-10000). Place the PCB in the fixture with the shields facing down. Press down on the PCB to secure the PCB Kapton Tape.

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    Remove the PCB from the fixture. Remove any protective liners from the Loudspeaker, PCB, and Rear-Facing Imager. Place a WDL in the Housing over the inspection port next to the Label Tray opening. The WDL must be placed over the inspection port so it is visible from outside of the Housing.

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    Lower the PCB into the Housing. Verify the Battery Connector routes through the gap in the PCB and the Side Key Switches align with the Side Key Pad. 10. Press the top of the PCB and Top Spacer until the metal tab snaps into place in the Housing. 11.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE HSG,PCB FRAME,BOTTOM,MOLDED,STYX Route the Battery Connector along the side of the PCB Shields. To avoid damage to the Display, do not connect the Battery.

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    Place the Bottom Spacer into the Housing. Do not pinch or cover the Battery Connector with the Bottom Spacer. With the Bottom Spacer in place, verify the USB Connector is not covered by the USB Grommet. Push the Bottom Spacer toward the bottom of the Housing to snap it into place.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE CHAS,GND PLATE,STYX Hook the Grounding Plate to the tabs in the Top Spacer.

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    Lower the Grounding Plate and engage the lower snap features. Verify all snaps are engaged and the Grounding Plate is flat against the PCB Shields.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE SCREW,4.0,UNIWAVE II,DVX Place the 17 4IP Screws in the assembly. Tighten the 17 4IP Screws in the sequence and correct torque value below: White Housing: New Housing = 1.25 in-lbs. (0.14 N·m) Reused Housing = 0.95 in-lbs. (0.11 N·m) Black Housing: New Housing = 1.0 in-lbs.

  • Page 111

    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE TRANSDUCER,SDRP0612HJ05-02-G AAC 6X12X2MM RCVR DIE CUT,ADHES,EARPC SPK,STYX Remove the Earpiece Speaker Adhesive from the carrier. Place the Earpiece Speaker Adhesive on the Earpiece Speaker as shown. Press down on the Earpiece Speaker Adhesive to secure it to the Earpiece Speaker.

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    Remove the Earpiece Speaker Adhesive liner. Place the left side of the Earpiece Speaker into the pocket on the Top Spacer. The ledge on the Earpiece Speaker slides under the tab on the Top Spacer. Lower the right side of the Earpiece Speaker into the pocket.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE DIE CUT,ADHES,MN LENS Remove the Audio Port and Front-Facing Imager liners from the Housing. Place the Cleaning Cover on the Housing. Use cotton swabs and ISP Alcohol to clean the Display bonding ledge. The Display bonding ledge highlighted in the photo. Wait for the ISP Alcohol to dry completely.

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    Remove the Display Adhesive from the carrier. Place the Display Adhesive into the Lens Assembly Process Fixture (4-00-W9-10000). Verify that the ISP Alcohol and 3M AP-111 applied to the Housing have dried completely before proceeding. Failure to do so can cause the Display to improperly adhere.

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    13. Place the Housing into the Front Side Process Fixture (4-00-W8-10000). 14. Place the Front Side Process Fixture (4-00-W8- 10000) in the Press (19501980).

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    15. Press the Display Adhesive for 8 seconds to secure it to the Housing.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY,4.5 Inches MDL ASSY,TFT,WITH LENS,INX,PROD,BLACK" ASSY,DISP,4.5 Inches MDL ASSY,TFT,WITH LENS,INX,PROD,WHITE Place the Inlay in the Lens Assembly Fixture (4- 00-W9-10000).

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    Place the Display in the fixture. Starting in the middle of side 1, use cotton swabs and ISP Alcohol to clean the Display bonding surface in the sequence shown. Wait for the ISP Alcohol to dry. Do not use the same cotton swabs to clean with ISP Alcohol and apply 3M AP-111 Adhesion Promoter.

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    Verify that the ISP Alcohol and 3M AP-111 applied to the Display have dried completely before proceeding. Failure to do so can cause the Display to improperly adhere. Insert the Display Flex into the Display Flex ZIF Connector. Use the white line on the Display Flex as a guide for insertion depth.

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    13. Starting near the Display Flex, remove the Display Adhesive liner in a counter-clockwise motion. 14. Lower the Display into the Housing.

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    15. Place the assembly in the Front Side Process Fixture (4-00-W8-10000). 16. Place the Front Side Process Fixture (4-00-W8- 10000) in the Press (19501980).

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    17. Press the assembly for 30 seconds to secure the Display to the Housing.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE LBL,MEID,CDMA,BOOST,TRACFONE,USA,STYX LBL,MEID,EMEA,STYX LBL,MEID,LATAM,STYX Slide the Label Tray out of the assembly until it stops. Remove the IMEI Label from the carrier. Place the IMEI Label on the Label Tray, aligning it to the holes in the Label Tray.

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    ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,LICORICE ASSY,HSG,REAR,STYX,WHITE ASSY,HSG,BAND,LICORICE,STYX ASSY,HSG,BAND,WHITE,STYX With the Display facing down, slide the Sideband into place.

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    Lower the Sideband around the Housing, snapping it into place on all sides. Verify the Sideband is securely fastened to the assembly and that there are no gaps. Press each of the Side Keys to test the tactile response. If the phone is accidentally powered on, shut it down by holding the Power Key and tapping “Power Off”...

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