Introduction

In this guide, you will learn the placement of the screws holding the lid together along with a description of how to properly open up the device and remove the power/volume buttons.

To begin, locate the two 4.9mm Phillips #00 screws at the top corners of the case and remove them. To begin, locate the two 4.9mm Phillips #00 screws at the top corners of the case and remove them. To begin, locate the two 4.9mm Phillips #00 screws at the top corners of the case and remove them.
  • To begin, locate the two 4.9mm Phillips #00 screws at the top corners of the case and remove them.

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Squeeze the plastic opening tool in between the seam where the screen joins the plastic case. Begin separating the bottom of the case from the screen by carefully going around the whole edge of the case and slowly prying it apart. Be careful when separating the lids because the wires holding the speaker to the motherboard are very short.
  • Squeeze the plastic opening tool in between the seam where the screen joins the plastic case.

  • Begin separating the bottom of the case from the screen by carefully going around the whole edge of the case and slowly prying it apart.

  • Be careful when separating the lids because the wires holding the speaker to the motherboard are very short.

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Carefully place the bottom lid next to the screen case. The power/speaker buttons should be visible at the corner of the lid. Remove the buttons with the tweezers. Carefully place the bottom lid next to the screen case. The power/speaker buttons should be visible at the corner of the lid. Remove the buttons with the tweezers.
  • Carefully place the bottom lid next to the screen case. The power/speaker buttons should be visible at the corner of the lid. Remove the buttons with the tweezers.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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