Introduction

If the display on your printer is no longer working, you may need to replace it. This guide will show you how. You will need a T9 Torx screwdriver and a T6 Torx screwdriver to remove the screws in this guide.

  1. Disconnect the display by holding it in place while pulling down on the plastic hinge.
    • Disconnect the display by holding it in place while pulling down on the plastic hinge.

    • Slowly apply more and more force as it does take a lot to separate, do not worry about the hinge or display breaking.

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  2. Lift the display as high as it will allow to expose the back of the display.
    • Lift the display as high as it will allow to expose the back of the display.

    • Pinch the sides of the cover and pull away from the printer to reveal the connector.

    • Remove the connector by pulling both away from the display and towards the printer.

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    • Remove the four 6.2 mm T9 screws from the back of the display.

    • Pull the display assembly up and away from the printer.

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    • Remove the back cover from the display assembly by pressing down on the point of connection.

    • If you use a plastic spudger for this step, be careful not to brake the plastic as you do not need to use much force to remove the back cover.

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    • Remove the four 4.8 mm T6 screws from the back of the display motherboard.

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    • Remove the connection on the front of the display motherboard.

    • Remove the display motherboard.

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    • Remove the four 4.8 mm screws from the back of the display using a T6 screwdriver.

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    • Lift the display out of the case.

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Conclusion

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

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