1. Open the latch that accesses the charging port
    • Open the latch that accesses the charging port

    • Remove the black sticker and remove the screw with the indicated screw driver

    • Take the plastic opening tool and run it down the side of the remote to pop the case open

    • While doing this step there are three wires that connect the two pieces, be sure not to rip them out

    • Detach the white clamp to partially disconnect the case from the motherboard

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  2. Peel back thin yellow plastic film and detach the clip found underneath
    • Peel back thin yellow plastic film and detach the clip found underneath

    • Remove the screws that connect the motherboard to the case with the suggested screwdriver

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    • Next, carefully remove the motherboard from the top piece of the case

    • The motherboard is connected to the bottom part of the case

    • You should now be able to access the screen which is located on the back of the motherboard

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    • Now that you have access to your screen, you can assess your problem ex: if your LCD is not working or if your screen is cracked

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Conclusion

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

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