Image 1/3: With a #0 Philips screwdriver, remove six M2x0.4  black screws on the back of the unit. Image 2/3: With a #0 Philips screwdriver, remove six M2x0.4  black screws on the back of the unit. Image 3/3: With a #0 Philips screwdriver, remove six M2x0.4  black screws on the back of the unit.
  • Orient the GPS V backside up.

  • With a #0 Philips screwdriver, remove six M2x0.4 black screws on the back of the unit.

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Image 1/3: As you open the unit, locate the 8-pin white connector on the logic board and disconnect it. The antenna side of the device should act like a hinge as you open it. Image 2/3: Open the device all the way, making sure to not disconnect the brown antenna wire. Image 3/3: Open the device all the way, making sure to not disconnect the brown antenna wire.
  • CAUTION: With the spudger, gently pry the back plate off the unit starting at the corners.

  • As you open the unit, locate the 8-pin white connector on the logic board and disconnect it. The antenna side of the device should act like a hinge as you open it.

  • Open the device all the way, making sure to not disconnect the brown antenna wire.

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Image 1/2: NOTE: You may need to rotate the device to get better access to the screw. Image 2/2: NOTE: You may need to rotate the device to get better access to the screw.
  • With a #1 Philips screwdriver, remove the silver M2x0.4 screw on the logic board near the brown wire.

  • NOTE: You may need to rotate the device to get better access to the screw.

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Image 1/3: With the spudger, gently apply pressure to both sides of the brown connector lock until it pushes out. Image 2/3: With the spudger, gently work the ribbon cable out of the connector until it is free. Image 3/3: With the spudger, gently work the ribbon cable out of the connector until it is free.
  • Locate the ribbon connector on the logic board.

  • With the spudger, gently apply pressure to both sides of the brown connector lock until it pushes out.

  • With the spudger, gently work the ribbon cable out of the connector until it is free.

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Image 1/2: NOTE: Be careful to not disconnect the brown antenna wire as you remove the logic board. Image 2/2: NOTE: Be careful to not disconnect the brown antenna wire as you remove the logic board.
  • CAUTION: With the spudger, gently pry out the logic board.

  • NOTE: Be careful to not disconnect the brown antenna wire as you remove the logic board.

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Image 1/1: CAUTION: Carefully apply heat with the soldering iron while gently pulling on the brown wire.
  • Locate the brown wire connection on the logic board.

  • CAUTION: Carefully apply heat with the soldering iron while gently pulling on the brown wire.

  • NOTE: It may take some time to heat the flux up before the wire can be pulled out.

  • Pull brown wire free of the logic board.

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  • Gently pry the button pad off of the front plate.

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Conclusion

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

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