1. jdhooghe's Avatar
    Hello all,

    So my Z10 is physically perfect except for two things. One, the bottom corner creaks. Two, I look at the LED and the top third of the LED is covered by the frame meaning that whoever made the phone didn't center the LED correctly. The first issue I can't fix but the second I possibly can. There were some physical defects that I corrected by opening up my 920 and I was wondering if anyone has a video that shows the Z10 being taken apart? Thanks
    04-25-13 08:16 PM
  2. sklotz2000's Avatar
    FYI, there is more than one color LED in there. It's more like 6 or 8 different colors. So they are all slightly offset to fit them into that tight space.
    Checkout BeBuzz or one of the other LED apps on BlackBerry World if you want to see what you can do with them.
    04-25-13 08:28 PM
  3. jdhooghe's Avatar
    The square platform that they are bunched on is physically offset from the center. I can see the bottom edge where there is physically nothing. It's like the LED is peeling away.

    I'm well aware of what "can be done" with the LEDs. I use Hub++.
    04-25-13 08:52 PM
  4. sklotz2000's Avatar
    Ahh, got it!

    There is a video on N4BB that shows the teardown process (replacing the screen). This will walk you thru it:
    How to Replace BlackBerry Z10 LCD Display and Digitizer (Video) - N4BB
    04-25-13 09:02 PM

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