Introduction

This repair guide will teach you how to replace the battery in the Ematic Genesis 2 tablet.

With your fingers, carefully pry off the back plastic casing. Starting at the corners is usually the easiest. With your fingers, carefully pry off the back plastic casing. Starting at the corners is usually the easiest.
  • With your fingers, carefully pry off the back plastic casing. Starting at the corners is usually the easiest.

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Remove all four screws surrounding the battery with a Phillips Head Screwdriver. Carefully remove the battery from the device using the Metal Spudger tool to gently separate the battery by wedging it between the device and the battery. Carefully remove the battery from the device using the Metal Spudger tool to gently separate the battery by wedging it between the device and the battery.
  • Remove all four screws surrounding the battery with a Phillips Head Screwdriver.

  • Carefully remove the battery from the device using the Metal Spudger tool to gently separate the battery by wedging it between the device and the battery.

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Remove the three screws surrounding the circuit board using the Phillips Head Screwdriver. Remove the circuit board from the device by uncliping the copper flexible PCB ribbon cable from the circuit board.
  • Remove the three screws surrounding the circuit board using the Phillips Head Screwdriver.

  • Remove the circuit board from the device by uncliping the copper flexible PCB ribbon cable from the circuit board.

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Use the Small Pointed Metal Spudger to separate the LED screen from the front screen by gently wedging the spudger between the screen and the device.
  • Use the Small Pointed Metal Spudger to separate the LED screen from the front screen by gently wedging the spudger between the screen and the device.

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Remove the glass from the front casing by using the metal spudger to break it free from the device. (It's held together by glue.)
  • Remove the glass from the front casing by using the metal spudger to break it free from the device. (It's held together by glue.)

  • Install the new screen.

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Conclusion

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

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