Introduction

The Grace Digital MONDO is a fairly easy device to deconstruct. The replacement of a display glass includes mainly removing screws, so, as long as you're content on the whole "lefty loosey, righty tighty" phrase, you should be well off for this guide.

Remove (2) screws (14 mm) with a PH1 screwdriver on the device.
  • Remove (2) screws (14 mm) with a PH1 screwdriver on the device.

    • There is one screw on the back left, and another just below it on the bottom of the device.

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Use a plastic spudger to remove the front preset selection buttons. We recommend you remove all of them for easier access.
  • Use a plastic spudger to remove the front preset selection buttons.

    • We recommend you remove all of them for easier access.

  • Gently reach underneath and pull off the mesh speaker cover. It only clips in so don't worry about breaking anything.

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Remove (4) screws (14 mm) with a PH1 screwdriver on the front panel by the speaker.
  • Remove (4) screws (14 mm) with a PH1 screwdriver on the front panel by the speaker.

  • Be careful with these screws, as they can be stripped easily.

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Move the metal spudger around the front panel to remove any adhesive attaching the front panel to the device.
  • Move the metal spudger around the front panel to remove any adhesive attaching the front panel to the device.

  • Pull apart the front panel from the device with help from the metal spudger.

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Detach a pin connector at the top of the device using a metal spudger to open up the inner components. Detach (4) pin connectors inside using a metal spudger to separate the front panel from the rest of the device. Detach (4) pin connectors inside using a metal spudger to separate the front panel from the rest of the device.
  • Detach a pin connector at the top of the device using a metal spudger to open up the inner components.

  • Detach (4) pin connectors inside using a metal spudger to separate the front panel from the rest of the device.

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Remove (10) screws (7 mm) with a PH1 screwdriver on the motherboard.
  • Remove (10) screws (7 mm) with a PH1 screwdriver on the motherboard.

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Separate the display and motherboard from the front panel of the device.
  • Separate the display and motherboard from the front panel of the device.

  • Remove the display glass.

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Conclusion

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

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Has anyone had to replace the digital volume control? Mine is intermittent. PCB solder joints all look good. I guess I will have to un-solder it to hopefully find a part number.

Richard Smith - Reply

Has anyone had to replace the rotary encoder volume control? Mine is intermittent. PCB solder joints all look good. I guess I will have to un-solder it to hopefully find a part number.

EDIT: No markings on it, but one on Ebay seems close enough to try. The shaft looks a little longer than the original. http://www.ebay.com/itm/2PCS-Rotary-enco...

Richard Smith - Reply

I used this procedure to install a phone jack that had more volume. It is hooked to the speaker with a switching jack. I just needed a little more volume. The above pictures made it possible to disassemble. I would have been lost without it.

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ironabby - Reply

Mine just stopped working (not turning on.) Wall plug/charger light lights up. Anyone else have this issue? Any solutions to fix it?

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