Introduction

You will be able to break down the tablet to it's front camera and remove it.

Image 1/2: Wedge a plastic opening tool into the opening and push it down to force the back cover off. Image 2/2: Move along the top edge of the tablet and repeat the step above.
  • Start by bending the tablet back at the top white-colored portion to expose an opening between the back cover and the tablet body.

  • Wedge a plastic opening tool into the opening and push it down to force the back cover off.

  • Move along the top edge of the tablet and repeat the step above.

  • Pull the back cover away from the tablet body to completely remove it.

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Image 1/2: Unscrew two 2.25 mm Phillips screws with a #00 screwdriver from the top plastic panel to remove it. Image 2/2: Unscrew two 2.25 mm Phillips screws with a #00 screwdriver from the top plastic panel to remove it.
  • To get to the front camera, you will first need to remove the top panel.

  • Unscrew two 2.25 mm Phillips screws with a #00 screwdriver from the top plastic panel to remove it.

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  • Once unscrewed, use a spudger to pop the panel off by wedging it underneath the panel.

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Image 1/3: Pull on the black connector with tweezers as close as possible to the white connector base, making sure not to pull on the connector base. Image 2/3: It is important to be careful not to damage the black connector tape or the white base. Image 3/3: Next, use the tweezers to peel off the tape holding down the connector to the front camera.
  • First, use plastic coated tweezers to pull up the black release tab.

  • Pull on the black connector with tweezers as close as possible to the white connector base, making sure not to pull on the connector base.

  • It is important to be careful not to damage the black connector tape or the white base.

  • Next, use the tweezers to peel off the tape holding down the connector to the front camera.

  • The front camera can now be removed from its socket.

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Conclusion

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

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