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.

Image 1/1: There is one screw on the back left, and another just below it on the bottom of 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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Image 1/2: We recommend you remove all of them for easier access. Image 2/2: Gently reach underneath and pull off the mesh speaker cover. It only clips in so don't worry about breaking anything.
  • 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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Image 1/1: Be careful with these screws, as they can be stripped easily.
  • 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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Image 1/1: Pull apart the front panel from the device with help from the metal spudger.
  • 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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Image 1/3: Detach (4) pin connectors inside using a metal spudger to separate the front panel from the rest of the device. Image 2/3: Detach (4) pin connectors inside using a metal spudger to separate the front panel from the rest of the device. Image 3/3: 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.

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Image 1/1: Remove the display glass.
  • 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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