Introduction

If you clicked this link from the troubleshooting guide, follow these steps to help get your wireless back up and running.

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  • Remove the screw cover by using tweezers.

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  • Using the phillips screw head (PH00), unscrew the 9 6.8mm philip screws.

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  • Use the regular black nylon spudger tool to pry around the base edges of the back cover and remove it.

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Image 1/3: When you've flipped the latch open, pull the ribbon cable outwards to disconnect the back cover from the motherboard. Image 2/3: When you've flipped the latch open, pull the ribbon cable outwards to disconnect the back cover from the motherboard. Image 3/3: When you've flipped the latch open, pull the ribbon cable outwards to disconnect the back cover from the motherboard.
  • Gently pull upwards on the latch with tweezers

  • When you've flipped the latch open, pull the ribbon cable outwards to disconnect the back cover from the motherboard.

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  • Using the phillips head (PH0) screwdriver, unscrew the 3 4mm screws.

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  • Use your fingers (or a set of tweezers) to remove the battery cable, pulling gently from the sides of the connector.

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  • Use the phillips screwdriver with the PH000 head to unscrew the 3.8mm screw.

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  • Using the tweezers, pull the white and black wires off of the WiFi Chip.

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  • Pull out the WiFi Chip.

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Conclusion

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

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