Microsoft Lumia 535 With Broken Touch Screen

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Introduction: Microsoft Lumia 535 With Broken Touch Screen

Lumia 535 RM-1090 / RM-1091/ RM-1089 / RM-1092

How to full disassemble the phone and change /replace broken touch glass, LCD screen, loudspeaker / buzzer, earpiece, etc.

Step 1:

- Turn off the phone and remove the battery and any SIM and memory cards.

- Use screwdriver Torx T4 and remove the 9x black screws.

- Use a plastic pick or other plastic tool to separate the rear bezel.

Step 2:

- Disconnect:

  1. Touch screen flex cable
  2. LCD Display flex cable
  3. Charging Dock board flex cable
  4. Coaxial antena cable

- Remove the 2x Torx T4 screws.

Step 3:

Lift the board from the LCD flex connector side and remove it.

Step 4:

- Remove the LCD flex rubber.

- Put scotch tape on the glass to prevent it from shattering.

- With a hair dryer or heat gun and warm the glass to soften the adhesive.

Step 5:

- Use a cutter or other tool with a sharp edge and start the separating from the bottom side. When you make enough room, continue the operation with a plastic tool.

- Work slowly and do not force the frame with the display too much.

- If necessary, warm again the glass with a hairdryer.

Step 6:

- Put adhesive tape 2mm on the digitizer glass.

- If you can, order the digitizer glass together with an adhesive tape. The replacement is easier.

- Install the touch screen and start with the reassembling.

!!! There are different versions touch screens. The version is printed on the flex cable !!!

CT2S1973FPC-A1-E, CT2C1607FPC-A1-E

Step 7:

That's all.

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    10 Comments

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    kcastanares56
    kcastanares56

    8 months ago

    I know this thread is old, but I hope I can get answers here.

    I'm trying to fix this old lumia 535 to give to my parents for entertainment uses only.

    The issue I'm having is that the Touch screen version is not showing either of the two versions.

    it shows CTP534 - FPC - V1.0

    I don't know if it falls under 2S or 2C .

    please help.

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    JulianB68
    JulianB68

    4 years ago

    How do I know what screen to use?

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    animesh m jha
    animesh m jha

    4 years ago

    do you have any instructables for Lumia 1520

    0
    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    Awesome repair job. Much cheaper than taking a phone to a repair shop.

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    electric guy
    electric guy

    Reply 5 years ago

    yeah it does I fix them for people. but I charge a hole lot less nether the less it's. very helpful and fun☺

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    ZFixM
    ZFixM

    Reply 5 years ago

    (ツ)

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    helpfixplz
    helpfixplz

    5 years ago

    Hi, idid exactly the same as in the video, but the screeb doesnt respons to it, i have both touch screens, both of them do not respons, can you help me with that plz.

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    electric guy
    electric guy

    Reply 5 years ago

    it's the way u pluged it in before I would no I fix them for a living☺

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    ZFixM
    ZFixM

    Reply 5 years ago

    There are different versions touch screens:

    CT2S1973FPC-A1-E
    CT2C1607FPC-A1-E

    The version is printed on the flex cable.

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    cirano
    cirano

    Reply 5 years ago

    Wish I had read your Instructable before buying the screen and attempting the transplant. the model numbers do seem to make a difference in the operation. I have to go look for the correct version.

    Thanks for the extra information. Cheers