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[Q] HELP! F180 Not booting/Red LED blinking problem

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21st January 2014, 02:32 AM |#11  
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Thanks a lot for the tip! Actually I already opened it, only problem left is the battery. How can I remove it?

I wouldn't suggest actually removing the battery, unless you absolutely have to. It's mounted by a double-sided adhesive tape, so taking it out is a bit tricky. My idea was just to disconnect it. You need to undo two screws that secure the power connector, right below the camera flash. The screws are under the plastic tape, just peel it off. When you remove those screws, carefully pull the connector up. That's it. Check the contacts for any signs of damage or corrosion, and clean up as needed. When reconnecting it, push firmly to make sure it sits properly.
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I wouldn't suggest actually removing the battery, unless you absolutely have to. It's mounted by a double-sided adhesive tape, so taking it out is a bit tricky. My idea was just to disconnect it. You need to undo two screws that secure the power connector, right below the camera flash. The screws are under the plastic tape, just peel it off. When you remove those screws, carefully pull the connector up. That's it. Check the contacts for any signs of damage or corrosion, and clean up as needed. When reconnecting it, push firmly to make sure it sits properly.

Nice tip again! Thanks! Now I don't have remove the battery. Only problem left is finding the small philips screw driver. Haha. Hoping that this solve the problem. If not, bye LGOG.
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Thanks for all the helm mates! My LGOG is back in action!! Thanks again!
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Thanks for all the helm mates! My LGOG is back in action!! Thanks again!

Great to hear! Congrats!
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Great to hear! Congrats!

Now I am running Mokee's latest build. And will flash again VANIR. Thanks again guys. Thought I have to buy a new phone.
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hi, same problem... but i must search at home if i can find a tool to open the screw... i only have - and + in this size and didnt work i miss my phone ((
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ok. worked for me fine! Thanks!

now 80% battery instead of 0% very cool
and now i know how it looks into the phone very good working LG...
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