Introduction

The glass that you place your documents on can break or crack causing this function to be unusable. This guide will show and explain how one can isolate and then replace the scanner glass.

Parts

No parts required.

Twist green section to allow the scanner head to have a full range of motion. Twist green section to allow the scanner head to have a full range of motion. Twist green section to allow the scanner head to have a full range of motion.
  • Twist green section to allow the scanner head to have a full range of motion.

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To remove scanner head, open it halfway as possible and slide the hinges out of place and the head will be removed. To remove scanner head, open it halfway as possible and slide the hinges out of place and the head will be removed. To remove scanner head, open it halfway as possible and slide the hinges out of place and the head will be removed.
  • To remove scanner head, open it halfway as possible and slide the hinges out of place and the head will be removed.

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The panels to expose the cords will become exposed when the head is removed. Pull all colored cords from the printer and unscrew the other wire to be fully removed. Pull the black tab from the printer to remove.
  • The panels to expose the cords will become exposed when the head is removed.

  • Pull all colored cords from the printer and unscrew the other wire to be fully removed.

  • Pull the black tab from the printer to remove.

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Once scanner is free from the printer remove all the screws on the bottom base Use a #2 Philips head screw driver to remove the two 12.1mm screws.
  • Once scanner is free from the printer remove all the screws on the bottom base

  • Use a #2 Philips head screw driver to remove the two 12.1mm screws.

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To separate the base from the glass hold upright and separate along the edge where you removed the screws. Use hands to expose the glass. Keep track flat once glass is removed as to not lose little parts.
  • To separate the base from the glass hold upright and separate along the edge where you removed the screws.

  • Use hands to expose the glass.

  • Keep track flat once glass is removed as to not lose little parts.

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Disconnect the glass from the tracks. Remove old or broken glass. Replace with adhesive tape along the bottom of the header and reassemble.
  • Disconnect the glass from the tracks.

  • Remove old or broken glass.

  • Replace with adhesive tape along the bottom of the header and reassemble.

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Conclusion

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

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