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To start, lay your tablet upwards facing you. Begin to pry your tablet open in the corner using a prying tool. Start in the top left corner, near the volume and power button, working your way around clockwise
  • To start, lay your tablet upwards facing you. Begin to pry your tablet open in the corner using a prying tool. Start in the top left corner, near the volume and power button, working your way around clockwise

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Once you have pryed the screen open, you will see two cables connecting the sreen and the interior of the tablet together. On the right side, you will see a white tab that the cable is taped to. Remove the tape and plug connecting the cable to the tab, and it will come loose. Once you have pryed the screen open, you will see two cables connecting the sreen and the interior of the tablet together. On the right side, you will see a white tab that the cable is taped to. Remove the tape and plug connecting the cable to the tab, and it will come loose. Once you have pryed the screen open, you will see two cables connecting the sreen and the interior of the tablet together. On the right side, you will see a white tab that the cable is taped to. Remove the tape and plug connecting the cable to the tab, and it will come loose.
  • Once you have pryed the screen open, you will see two cables connecting the sreen and the interior of the tablet together. On the right side, you will see a white tab that the cable is taped to. Remove the tape and plug connecting the cable to the tab, and it will come loose.

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On the left side of the tablet, you will see a silver cable connecting the screen to the motherboard (green square). Remove the black tape that is connecting the cable and screen and the gold plug will come loose. On the left side of the tablet, you will see a silver cable connecting the screen to the motherboard (green square). Remove the black tape that is connecting the cable and screen and the gold plug will come loose.
  • On the left side of the tablet, you will see a silver cable connecting the screen to the motherboard (green square). Remove the black tape that is connecting the cable and screen and the gold plug will come loose.

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Once you have separated the the screen from the tablet, you can place the screen to the side. You should be looking at this part of the tablet.
  • Once you have separated the the screen from the tablet, you can place the screen to the side. You should be looking at this part of the tablet.

  • The speakers are the two components circled.

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To begin removing the speakers, you will need a soldering kit. There are 3 wires that you will solder from the motherboard. One is red, one is black, and the other is right. To begin, solder each of the wires. We recommend that you use a solder sucker to suck up any of the residue that the solder produces.
  • To begin removing the speakers, you will need a soldering kit.

  • There are 3 wires that you will solder from the motherboard. One is red, one is black, and the other is right.

  • To begin, solder each of the wires. We recommend that you use a solder sucker to suck up any of the residue that the solder produces.

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After the wires have been soldered, you can proceed with removing the speakers. Begin by using a prying tool and pry each of the speakers up.
  • After the wires have been soldered, you can proceed with removing the speakers.

  • Begin by using a prying tool and pry each of the speakers up.

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Once you have completed the soldering and prying, you will be left with a final product like the one seen here.
  • Once you have completed the soldering and prying, you will be left with a final product like the one seen here.

  • Both of the speakers have been removed and their wires have been soldered.

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Conclusion

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

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