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  • To avoid electrical shocks, unplug and turn off your Surface Pro 2 before proceeding.

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Image 1/1: Using a heating pad or heating gun, heat the edges of the screen to soften the glue. This area extends roughly one inch from the edge of the device.
  • Avoid any skin or eye contact with the heating pad or heating gun because they may cause bodily harm.

  • Using a heating pad or heating gun, heat the edges of the screen to soften the glue. This area extends roughly one inch from the edge of the device.

  • The glue is under the darker border of the device display.

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Image 1/1: If the tool does not easily slide under the screen, return to heating before proceeding.
  • Using a plastic opening tool and a suction cup as needed for leverage, gently insert one edge of the opening tool under the corner of the screen.

  • If the tool does not easily slide under the screen, return to heating before proceeding.

  • Slowly work the tool around the entire edge of the screen.

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Image 1/3: Please note the third small connector in red. Image 2/3: Allow the glue to cool before letting it come into contact with any other surface. Image 3/3: Allow the glue to cool before letting it come into contact with any other surface.
  • Detach the orange cables that connect the screen to the motherboard by pulling on the small tabs. Using the nylon spudger, release these cables.

  • Please note the third small connector in red.

  • Allow the glue to cool before letting it come into contact with any other surface.

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Image 1/3: Remove the 22 screws on the bezel. Image 2/3: Remove the left and right brackets; the left has 16 screws and the right has 15 screws. Image 3/3: The three different torx screws used are T3, T4, and T5.
  • Make sure that the front-facing camera is completely disconnected, and then remove the plastic bracket.

  • Remove the 22 screws on the bezel.

  • Remove the left and right brackets; the left has 16 screws and the right has 15 screws.

  • The three different torx screws used are T3, T4, and T5.

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Image 1/3: The motherboard itself also has screws. Image 2/3: Remove the 25 screws of varying sizes that attach the motherboard to the back plate. Image 3/3: View the attached photo of a screw diagram to help keep track of your screws.
  • Once the brackets are removed, set them aside.

  • The motherboard itself also has screws.

  • Remove the 25 screws of varying sizes that attach the motherboard to the back plate.

  • View the attached photo of a screw diagram to help keep track of your screws.

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Image 1/3: Be sure to be cautious with all the connections with the cables on the motherboard. Image 2/3: Be sure to be cautious with all the connections with the cables on the motherboard. Image 3/3: Be sure to be cautious with all the connections with the cables on the motherboard.
  • You have now completely removed the motherboard, and it should look like the pictures shown.

  • Be sure to be cautious with all the connections with the cables on the motherboard.

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Image 1/1: Remove the front-facing camera.
  • Remove the ribbon that the spudger is touching in the picture.

  • Remove the front-facing camera.

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Image 1/2: Remove the three screws that are circled. Image 2/2: Remove the rear-facing camera.

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Conclusion

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

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