Attach fresh two-sided tape to areas of the bezel that have lost their stickiness. Use the existing adhesive where possible. Don't allow tape to overlap the visual part of the glass. Look for any foam padding or seals and reattach. Thread the digitizer cable and remount the new digitizer glass to the bezel by firmly pressing it into place. Then remove any dust from the LCD and glass with canned air. Do not touch the inside of the glass -- you won't be able to get rid of the fingerprints after assembly. Orient the mother board as shown, so that the screen is facing downwards. Grab the corner of the orange strip on the right side of the mother board as shown. The orange strip is adhered to the mother board, gently lift the strip so that the adhesion is broken. The strip will still be attached by the circuit connection to the mother board. As the main mode of interaction between you and your apps, the Blackberry Curve 9360 display is vitally important. Any damage inflicted will degrade the reliability of the component, and short of paying for a replacement display and digitiser, you will need to make sure the Blackberry Curve 9360 display is kept safe and intact at any times.