Introduction

If your screen is cracked, broken, scratched, or otherwise in need of replacing, this guide will show you how to disassemble your computer, and replace the screen with a new one.

Image 1/3: Remove the tablet from the attached keyboard. Image 2/3: To remove the keyboard, simply depress the switch on the left side of the screen and pull the tablet portion off. Image 3/3: To remove the keyboard, simply depress the switch on the left side of the screen and pull the tablet portion off.
  • Make sure the tablet is turned off.

  • Remove the tablet from the attached keyboard.

  • To remove the keyboard, simply depress the switch on the left side of the screen and pull the tablet portion off.

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Image 1/3: Use the Phillips screwdriver size #000 to remove the two 1.59 mm screws. Image 2/3: Use the Phillips screwdriver size #000 to remove the two 1.59 mm screws. Image 3/3: Use the Phillips screwdriver size #000 to remove the two 1.59 mm screws.
  • Rotate the device 180°, and remove the two 1.59 mm screws at the bottom of the device.

  • Use the Phillips screwdriver size #000 to remove the two 1.59 mm screws.

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Image 1/2: Insert the plastic opening tool  into the bottom right corner and gently start to pry off the screen. Image 2/2: Once the screen begins to separate from the body of the device, start working the tool around the outer edges until the entire screen becomes detached.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to help detach the screen from the back panel.

  • Insert the plastic opening tool into the bottom right corner and gently start to pry off the screen.

  • Once the screen begins to separate from the body of the device, start working the tool around the outer edges until the entire screen becomes detached.

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Image 1/2: Lift the screen to view the inside of the tablet. Image 2/2: Lift the screen to view the inside of the tablet.
  • Now that the screen is completely detached, lay the back panel flat on a smooth surface.

  • Lift the screen to view the inside of the tablet.

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Image 1/2: The battery is connected to the motherboard. To avoid any short circuiting of the device, you must place the switch labeled DIP to OFF. Image 2/2: The battery is connected to the motherboard. To avoid any short circuiting of the device, you must place the switch labeled DIP to OFF.
  • Before disconnecting the display cables, refer to the image to turn off the switch labeled DIP; this switch is used to de-energize the system.

  • The battery is connected to the motherboard. To avoid any short circuiting of the device, you must place the switch labeled DIP to OFF.

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  • Remove the yellow tape covering the end of the cables.

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Image 1/2: Use the plastic opening  tool to push in the levers. Image 2/2: Use the plastic opening  tool to push in the levers.
  • After lifting the yellow tape, you should be able to see a white strip. The white strip is actually a lever.

  • Use the plastic opening tool to push in the levers.

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  • With all three white levers pushed in, gently pull on each display cable until the cable disconnects.

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  • Lift the screen upwards to remove.

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Conclusion

Congratulations! You have now successfully removed the screen from your device. To attach your new screen and reassemble your device follow these instructions in reverse order.

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