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Introduction

Is your receiver screen cracked, broken, or pixelated? Try replacing the screen to solve this problem.

  1. Remove the battery cover on the back of the LCD monitor by unscrewing one 5mm Phillips #1 screw. Slide the battery out of the housing. Lightly tap the opposite end of the monitor if the battery does not come right out. Slide the battery out of the housing. Lightly tap the opposite end of the monitor if the battery does not come right out.
    • Remove the battery cover on the back of the LCD monitor by unscrewing one 5mm Phillips #1 screw.

    • Slide the battery out of the housing. Lightly tap the opposite end of the monitor if the battery does not come right out.

  2. Remove the four 6mm Phillips #1 screws on the back of the LCD monitor.
    • Remove the four 6mm Phillips #1 screws on the back of the LCD monitor.

  3. Using a plastic opening tool, gently separate the back panel from the front panel, working the tool around the panel to disconnect it. Carefully remove the back panel
    • Using a plastic opening tool, gently separate the back panel from the front panel, working the tool around the panel to disconnect it.

    • Carefully remove the back panel

    • The speaker wire is connected to the motherboard so DO NOT rip back panel away from the monitor.

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  5. Locate the motherboard and carefully pull the red and black speaker wires out of their harness. Locate the motherboard and carefully pull the red and black speaker wires out of their harness. Locate the motherboard and carefully pull the red and black speaker wires out of their harness.
    • Locate the motherboard and carefully pull the red and black speaker wires out of their harness.

  6. Remove the two 5mm Phillips #1 screws that are holding the motherboard in place.
    • Remove the two 5mm Phillips #1 screws that are holding the motherboard in place.

  7. Peel away the yellow tape that is covering the large harness. Use needle-nosed tweezers to pull out  the black tabs that are holding the film in the harness and gently pull the film out of the harness.
    • Peel away the yellow tape that is covering the large harness.

    • Use needle-nosed tweezers to pull out the black tabs that are holding the film in the harness and gently pull the film out of the harness.

  8. Flip the back panel and motherboard over to reveal the back of the LCD monitor Flip the back panel and motherboard over to reveal the back of the LCD monitor
    • Flip the back panel and motherboard over to reveal the back of the LCD monitor

  9. The LCD monitor will easily come out of the front casing of the monitor. The LCD monitor will easily come out of the front casing of the monitor.
    • The LCD monitor will easily come out of the front casing of the monitor.

Conclusion

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

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4 Comments

I need the price list of this Lorex LW2742 LCD Display Replacement

ADETAYO - Reply

I have the Lorex and I need a new ftat flexible cable, the number on the cable is S13821. This cable broke off as i did not use Ifixit at first.

Pierre DePass - Reply

I have the Lorex and I need a new flat flexible cable, the idea here was to get to the DC supply and remove the plug in component as it was damage because of constant useage of plug in in and out. The Flat Flexible Cable Number is S13821

Pierre DePass - Reply

I have a Loren 7'' wireless monitor and I need to get a replacement battery model 4170102 where can I get one

Micky Shoemaker - Reply

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