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Introduction

Disassembling the monitor allows for replacement of various internal components such as the charging port, screen, speaker, or antenna.

  1. Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor. Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor. Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor.
    • Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor.

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  3. Remove the six 4mm screws using a size 00 Philips head screwdriver. Remove the screen, exposing the circuit board. Turn device over to expose rear circuit board.
    • Remove the six 4mm screws using a size 00 Philips head screwdriver.

    • Remove the screen, exposing the circuit board.

    • Turn device over to expose rear circuit board.

  4. Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire. Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire. Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire.
    • Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire.

Conclusion

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

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14 Comments

Great walkthrough. One suggestion i have is to make sure to remove the battery before doing any of the disassembly. Great guide!

Derrick Brown - Reply

Any idea where I could buy a replacement screen though? I just dropped mine and the screen is broken. The front plastic is still undamaged.

Jon Woolery - Reply

I bought a Sharp LQ035NC111 LCD Display eBay for $8.46 and it did the trick

Nathaniel Wolf -

Do you know where I could buy a replacement screen for this device? I just dropped mine and the only damage that I can see is a crack in the LCD that is making the image almost entirely unviewable.

Jon Woolery - Reply

I replaced mine with a “3.5" Inch QVGA 240x320 TFT Color LCD Display Module LQ035NC111 54pin” I found on ebay for $8.81, works great.

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