Introduction

If your screen is cracked, broken, doesn't respond to touch, or has broken pixels, it might be time to replace the screen. This guide will help you to replace the screen on the Dell Venue 8

Hold the device with the screen facing up. Gently wedge your plastic opening tool into the crease, and run it along the perimeter of the case
  • Hold the device with the screen facing up. Gently wedge your plastic opening tool into the crease, and run it along the perimeter of the case

  • You will hear click sounds as the clips unhinge

  • Remove the back panel of the device.

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Remove the 14 screws with the T-5 Torx screwdriver. (11 black 3.6mm screws, and three 4.45mm screws) The silver screws are marked with an "S" or a sticker [S1.6(Silver)] See the corrected image 4.45mm Silver screws
  • Remove the 14 screws with the T-5 Torx screwdriver. (11 black 3.6mm screws, and three 4.45mm screws)

  • The silver screws are marked with an "S" or a sticker [S1.6(Silver)] See the corrected image

  • 4.45mm Silver screws

  • 3.6mm Black screws

  • Gently snap the perimeter clips open, and remove the internal plastic case.

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Unclip the power clip from the motherboard by pulling down gently towards the bottom of the tablet.
  • Unclip the power clip from the motherboard by pulling down gently towards the bottom of the tablet.

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Gently pry the battery away from the device with the plastic opening tool to remove it.
  • Gently pry the battery away from the device with the plastic opening tool to remove it.

  • The battery is held on to the tablet by a light adhesive

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Using your plastic opening tool, unclip the speaker connection from the logic board.
  • Using your plastic opening tool, unclip the speaker connection from the logic board.

  • Caution: Pull directly up, not out, on the connection

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Remove the speaker by placing using your plastic opening tool in the gap on the top of the speaker and prying it up.
  • Remove the speaker by placing using your plastic opening tool in the gap on the top of the speaker and prying it up.

  • The speaker is held on by light adhesive

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Disconnect the display clip found next to the speaker. Disconnect the Display connection located at the top of the tablet.
  • Disconnect the display clip found next to the speaker.

  • Disconnect the Display connection located at the top of the tablet.

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Unclip the logic board from the Display.
  • Unclip the logic board from the Display.

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Conclusion

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

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LOL. Who rated this as a difficult repair? Seriously? T5 screws too much for you? The only issue with the repair for this device is the adhesive between the digi and frame is a REAL pain to remove, and the plastic frame is likely to melt if you use too much/high heat. Otherwise, it's very simple. Just be careful when installing the new digi, as the motherboard needs to be slightly lifted to feed the connector.

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