Image 1/2: Remove battery by lifting up on corner exposed by indent in case Image 2/2: Remove battery by lifting up on corner exposed by indent in case
  • Remove battery cover, pushing down on circled areas and pushing outward

  • Remove battery by lifting up on corner exposed by indent in case

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Image 1/1: Remove 3 screws from battery compartment
  • Use a J0 screwdriver head

  • Remove 3 screws from battery compartment

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Image 1/2: Remove screw with PH00 screwdriver head Image 2/2: Remove screw with PH00 screwdriver head
  • Open connector port on side

  • Remove screw with PH00 screwdriver head

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Image 1/3: One or two silver foam cubes may pop out of the device. These belong in the slots shown in the third picture. They do not need to go back until reassembly. Image 2/3: Also the plastic connector door will fall off. It will need to be put back upon reassembly. Image 3/3: Also the plastic connector door will fall off. It will need to be put back upon reassembly.
  • Use plastic opening tool to pry at the open slits on the side.

  • One or two silver foam cubes may pop out of the device. These belong in the slots shown in the third picture. They do not need to go back until reassembly.

  • Also the plastic connector door will fall off. It will need to be put back upon reassembly.

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Image 1/1: Loosen screen backing by pushing back on plastic clips that are holding the black screen backing in place.
  • Pop out plastic screen backing on front of device.

  • Loosen screen backing by pushing back on plastic clips that are holding the black screen backing in place.

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Image 1/2: Flip over the larger circuit board to the left. Image 2/2: Use the edge of the circuit board to flip the board over.
  • Use PH00 Phillips head from the iFixit Tool Kit to remove 3 screws from the circuit on the back half of the device.

  • Flip over the larger circuit board to the left.

  • Use the edge of the circuit board to flip the board over.

  • The connector port in the top right corner may make removal difficult. Lift the logic board above the screw ports, and the connector port should slide out easily.

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Image 1/2: Push dark grey bar that is used to lock the screen in place, outward from beige bar to disconnect. Image 2/2: Remove screen wire
  • Find the wire that attaches to the screen

  • Push dark grey bar that is used to lock the screen in place, outward from beige bar to disconnect.

  • Remove screen wire

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