Introduction

Use this guide to replace a screen that is scratched, cracked, or broken.

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  • Remove all the selector knob covers by pulling them off.

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  • Using needle nose pliers, remove the washers from the four corner selector knobs.

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  • Flip the device over. Using a Philips #2 screw driver, remove the fourteen 10.3 mm black screws holding the back panel in place.

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Image 1/3: Please use care in following the step above to avoid ripping the ribbon cables connecting the two sides. Image 2/3: Please use care in following the step above to avoid ripping the ribbon cables connecting the two sides. Image 3/3: Please use care in following the step above to avoid ripping the ribbon cables connecting the two sides.
  • Carefully flip the device to the front making sure you secure the face plate and the chassis together.

  • Please use care in following the step above to avoid ripping the ribbon cables connecting the two sides.

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Image 1/3: Use care when doing the step above so that the ribbon connectors which connect the top of the chassis to the top of the face plate are not damaged. Image 2/3: Use care when doing the step above so that the ribbon connectors which connect the top of the chassis to the top of the face plate are not damaged. Image 3/3: Use care when doing the step above so that the ribbon connectors which connect the top of the chassis to the top of the face plate are not damaged.
  • Rotate the device 180 degrees and carefully remove the face plate by slightly lifting the screen side towards you and then sliding the bottom out from under the keys.

  • Use care when doing the step above so that the ribbon connectors which connect the top of the chassis to the top of the face plate are not damaged.

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  • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the four 8.9 mm screws.

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  • Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the one 9.8mm screw holding down the ground wire.

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  • Using two plastic opening tools, slide the black locking mechanism on the ZIF connector towards you. This will remove the ribbon cable connecting the motherboard to the screen.

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  • Lift the screen from either side, removing it from the board.

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Conclusion

To reassemble the display, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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