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Re: E7 replacement glass, where from?

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epto
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E7 replacement glass, where from?

The little (10x20mm, or so) thin glass screen that covers the camera and light on my E7 has broken, just knocked against some keys or coins in my pocket.

 

Anyone know where I can get a replacement?

 

MTIA

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cjlim
Posts: 16,900

Re: E7 replacement glass, where from?

YOu should contact your local Nokia Care Point regarding this. You can get contact details using the link below.

 

www.nokia.com/support

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epto
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Re: E7 replacement glass, where from?

OK many thanks, their on-line chat pointed me to a local dealer who I've now contacted.

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epto
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Re: E7 replacement glass, where from?

OK having been in touch with Nokia service, seems you can't just get the 10x20mm piece of glass and stick it in yourself, you have to send the phone away and have the entire rear case replaced at a cost of £54.99. Guess I'll just have to live without it.

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scoobyman
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Re: E7 replacement glass, where from?

In view of fact that device pretty much has to be disassembled to do this it seems quite a good price really!

Happy to have helped forum in a small way with a Support Ratio = 37.0

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epto
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Re: E7 replacement glass, where from?

I agree, the price for replacing the whole rear panel seems entirely reasonable.

 

 

It's just that all I actually need is a 10x20mm piece of glass that sticks on to the rear panel from the outside, with no case disassembly, using a little ring of sticky tape.

 

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