This is how I stripped my very first iphone a long long time ago. I got a piece of a4 paper, and with a ruler and pencil made a rectangle shape on the paper to replicate a phone.
I then took out each screw, and placed it on the paper and stuck a piece of selotape over the screw to stop it moving , and marked each screw to where it came out of, ie camera charging docketc etc. The first phone i stripped was a 3gs, to replace the rear case.when i bought the rear case and fitted any parts (volume button) that had to be put on before the bezel could be glued on to the new rear case.I then put the phone back together with no problems whatsoever, as i knew every single screw went back exactly where it came from.
If i were you, i would buy a brand new complete screw set around £2.00 in the uk, and then go on you tube and study as many stripdown vids as possible, and the reversal of that same procedure, and if you take your time, you will get it back together..Keep away from a repair shop, as they will charge a fortune
hope this helps
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