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VX4400 and VX6000 Faceplate replacement

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by sjwiner, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. sjwiner

    sjwiner New Member

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    Anyone have instructions? I've bought a couple of replacement faceplates and want to try them on without hopefully totally screwing up the phones...

    Thanks...and glad to have found the forums
     
  2. Tony E!

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    Wow i've typed these instructions somewhere, i should save them.
    Here is one i found posted by Morpheous, same intructions, and he's got some nice pictures to go along with it, go to page 9 on this thread> thread
     
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    theres no page 9 on that thread, is there another link that i can use. Ill try searching for it too as well.

    thanks


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    No offence but you're either blind or you don't know how to count, look again.[​IMG]
     
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    I don't have a VX6000, but I have read elsewhere that when people have replaced their face plates on the 6000 with after-market faceplates there is a serious dust problem with the LCD. Apparently the reason the 6000 does not offer OEM faceplate replacements is due to the need to have a special dust seal on the faceplates for these phones.

    I can't swear to any of this, since I haven't tried it, but I thought you might want to know that there may be some risk in changing the faceplates on the 6000.

    If you go ahead and replace your faceplates, please let us know how it works.
     
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    There is no risk if you know what you're doing, you simply take the dust filter from the original faceplate and put it on the aftermarket one.
     
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