Introduction

Motherboard is one of the most important parts on a device, This guide will help you take apart your Asus MeMo Pad 7 to get access to your motherboard. This will allow you to replace your motherboard and the device will work properly.

Image 1/2: The panel will be glued on and requires pressure to open. Image 2/2: The panel will be glued on and requires pressure to open.
  • Make sure your device is turned off. Then with a plastic opening tool, carefully remove the back panel by carefully working your way around the perimeter.

  • The panel will be glued on and requires pressure to open.

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Image 1/3: Start in the middle of the top side and insert a plastic opening tool between the screen and the frame. Image 2/3: Carefully run the plastic opening tool along all the edges of the tablet. Image 3/3: Carefully run the plastic opening tool along all the edges of the tablet.
  • After removing the rear panel, use a plastic openning tool to remove the frame of the tablet.

  • Start in the middle of the top side and insert a plastic opening tool between the screen and the frame.

  • Carefully run the plastic opening tool along all the edges of the tablet.

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  • When you take the rear panel and the frame out, place the rear panel and the frame away from the device.

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Image 1/3: You can also use your hand to remove ZIF connectors. Image 2/3: ZIF connectors are delicate so be careful when you are removing them. Image 3/3: ZIF connectors are delicate so be careful when you are removing them.
  • Disconnect the ZIF connectors to release the data cables holding the battery in. Use tweezers to do this.

  • You can also use your hand to remove ZIF connectors.

  • ZIF connectors are delicate so be careful when you are removing them.

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  • Find the place where the battery connector is. Disconnect the battery connectors by carefully pulling up on them using a spudger or plastic opening tool.

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Image 1/3: The casing of the battery is soft and can easily tear. Tearing can lead to the chemicals in the battery to leak out. Image 2/3: The casing of the battery is soft and can easily tear. Tearing can lead to the chemicals in the battery to leak out. Image 3/3: The casing of the battery is soft and can easily tear. Tearing can lead to the chemicals in the battery to leak out.
  • Using a plastic opening tool carefully pry the battery loose. The battery is glued to the pad; slight pressure will be needed to remove the battery.

  • The casing of the battery is soft and can easily tear. Tearing can lead to the chemicals in the battery to leak out.

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Image 1/2: Using tweezers, carefully remove the volume connectors and place it to the side. Image 2/2: Using tweezers, carefully remove the volume connectors and place it to the side.
  • After removing the battery from the device, locate the volume connectors on the side of the device.

  • Using tweezers, carefully remove the volume connectors and place it to the side.

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  • Locate the GPS antenna. Pry off the GPS antenna cable with a spudger.

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Image 1/2: Place your screws somewhere you will remember they are at. Image 2/2: Place your screws somewhere you will remember they are at.
  • Locate seven 2mm Phillips #0 screws attaching the motherboard to the pad. Remove the screws with a Phillips #000 screwdriver.

  • Place your screws somewhere you will remember they are at.

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  • Once all the screws are taken out, you can remove the motherboard. Carefully, take the motherboard out with a plastic opening tool.

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Conclusion

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

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hi, i need the power supply board where the usb in. please let me know where i can buy one. Asus MeMO Pad 7 (ME572C)

i think it called pcb

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