Introduction

We well show you how to disassemble / take apart the tablet and how to change / replace the Touch screen. Before replacing, try to reconnect only the Touchscreen flex cable. Manual for this you can find on Acer Iconia B1 main page.


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Because I can't switch-off the tablet, I'm using the reset button to do this. With a cutter and a plastic tool remove the back cover. If you have a memory card inside, don't forget to remove it!
  • Because I can't switch-off the tablet, I'm using the reset button to do this.

  • With a cutter and a plastic tool remove the back cover.

  • If you have a memory card inside, don't forget to remove it!

First, disconnect the battery. Now, disconnect the loudspeaker and remove the back cover.
  • First, disconnect the battery.

  • Now, disconnect the loudspeaker and remove the back cover.

  • Remove all scotch tapes and disconnect the touch screen flex cable...

  • LCD display flex cable,

  • the microphone,

  • and the WiFi and Bluetooth antennas flex cables.

Unscrew 5x screws and rmove the main board. Unscrew 5x screws and rmove the main board. Unscrew 5x screws and rmove the main board.
  • Unscrew 5x screws and rmove the main board.

The battery is glued to the LCD display metal shield with a double sided adhesive tape. Use plastic tools and carefully remove it. Remove all tapes from the LCD display metal shield.
  • The battery is glued to the LCD display metal shield with a double sided adhesive tape.

  • Use plastic tools and carefully remove it.

  • Remove all tapes from the LCD display metal shield.

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The LCD display is held by metal frame and some locking clips on it. Use a cutter and a plastic tool to separate the LCD. You have to work slowly so as not to break the display.
  • The LCD display is held by metal frame and some locking clips on it.

  • Use a cutter and a plastic tool to separate the LCD.

  • You have to work slowly so as not to break the display.

  • Now, install the new LCD display and reassemble the tablet.

Warm up the touch screen. Start separating from one of the corners. With a cutter, make place for a plastic tool. Keep warm the touchscreen to separate it easily.
  • Warm up the touch screen.

  • Start separating from one of the corners. With a cutter, make place for a plastic tool.

  • Keep warm the touchscreen to separate it easily.

  • For us is important to keep only the frame.

Use again hot air and a plastic tools to separate the metal screen frame / holder. Use again hot air and a plastic tools to separate the metal screen frame / holder. Use again hot air and a plastic tools to separate the metal screen frame / holder.
  • Use again hot air and a plastic tools to separate the metal screen frame / holder.

Before installing the new touch screen, clean the frame and put double side adhesive tape. For the cleaning you can use an alcohol. For the cleaning you can use an alcohol.
  • Before installing the new touch screen, clean the frame and put double side adhesive tape.

  • For the cleaning you can use an alcohol.

Again use a double side adhesive tape to install the the metal LCD frame. Again use a double side adhesive tape to install the the metal LCD frame. Again use a double side adhesive tape to install the the metal LCD frame.
  • Again use a double side adhesive tape to install the the metal LCD frame.

Reassemble the tablet. . Did you do it successfully?
Conclusion

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

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Hello, i have followed all these instructions but the touch screen desn't work in spite of a reset by the little button and a wipe.

Please, how can i resolve this problem?

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