Introduction

Is the screen cracked or non responsive then replacing it will fix the NABI XD.

Use the plastic opening tool at the top left corner seam, then pry the corner apart. Use the plastic opening tool at the top left corner seam, then pry the corner apart.
  • Use the plastic opening tool at the top left corner seam, then pry the corner apart.

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Next slide the plastic opening tool across the sides of the Nabi. It will slowly open.
  • Next slide the plastic opening tool across the sides of the Nabi. It will slowly open.

  • There are small plastic clips that need to be release. Gently apply outwards pressure until the clips give.

  • Go around the NABI XD and separate the rear panel from the device.

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Place your fingernails on both sides of the connector and pull it straight back away from the holder. Place your fingernails on both sides of the connector and pull it straight back away from the holder.
  • Place your fingernails on both sides of the connector and pull it straight back away from the holder.

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Battery is glued to the base, lift carefully.
  • Battery is glued to the base, lift carefully.

  • To remove battery, lift the battery up from the motherboard.

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Remove the two 4mm Phillips screws with the PH#0 screwdriver. Disconnect the left (L) speaker wire from the charging port by grabbing it on both sides with the tweezers and pulling straight back.
  • Remove the two 4mm Phillips screws with the PH#0 screwdriver.

  • Disconnect the left (L) speaker wire from the charging port by grabbing it on both sides with the tweezers and pulling straight back.

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Use your fingernails or a spudger to flip up the small retaining flap, then pull the ribbon straight back to remove
  • Use your fingernails or a spudger to flip up the small retaining flap, then pull the ribbon straight back to remove

  • Lift the charging port from the NABI XD.

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To remove the marked ribbons, use your fingernails or a spudger to lift up small tab Use the Precision Tweezers to gently pull the ribbons straight out of the connectors. You need to remove 4 ribbons
  • To remove the marked ribbons, use your fingernails or a spudger to lift up small tab

  • Use the Precision Tweezers to gently pull the ribbons straight out of the connectors.

  • You need to remove 4 ribbons

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Disconnect the camera by lifting the ribbon straight up. Also disconnect the remaining ribbon by lifting up gently. To disconnect antenna wire, use the tweezers  to pry connector straight from the board. To disconnect antenna wire, use the tweezers  to pry connector straight from the board.
  • Disconnect the camera by lifting the ribbon straight up. Also disconnect the remaining ribbon by lifting up gently.

  • To disconnect antenna wire, use the tweezers to pry connector straight from the board.

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Disconnect the Right speaker by grabbing the wire head by its sides and pulling it back from the connector. Disconnect the Right speaker by grabbing the wire head by its sides and pulling it back from the connector.
  • Disconnect the Right speaker by grabbing the wire head by its sides and pulling it back from the connector.

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Remove the four 4mm Phillips  screws with the PH#0 screwdriver. Remove the four 4mm Phillips  screws with the PH#0 screwdriver.
  • Remove the four 4mm Phillips screws with the PH#0 screwdriver.

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Lift the motherboard up away from the Nabi XD.
  • Lift the motherboard up away from the Nabi XD.

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Right (R) speaker removal: Remove one 4mm Phillips screw. Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame.
  • Right (R) speaker removal:

    • Remove one 4mm Phillips screw.

  • Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame.

  • The speaker is glued to the Nabi XD it will require some force to separate them.

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Remove the left (L) speaker wire from the frame by pulling it to the side and up. The wire in this step, is connected to the charging port. Removing it, is shown in detail on step 6.
  • Remove the left (L) speaker wire from the frame by pulling it to the side and up.

  • The wire in this step, is connected to the charging port. Removing it, is shown in detail on step 6.

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Left (L) speaker removal: Remove two 4mm Phillips screws. Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame.
  • Left (L) speaker removal:

    • Remove two 4mm Phillips screws.

  • Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame.

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The ribbons are glued to the frame so gently lift them up without ripping them. Lightly lift the marked wires and ribbons from the frame by gently pulling them in the direction of the arrows and up. Remove five 4mm Phillips screws from the frame.
  • The ribbons are glued to the frame so gently lift them up without ripping them.

  • Lightly lift the marked wires and ribbons from the frame by gently pulling them in the direction of the arrows and up.

  • Remove five 4mm Phillips screws from the frame.

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Use the Plastic Opening tools to lift the frame up. The ribbons need to be detangled from the frame while you are lifting it up.
  • Use the Plastic Opening tools to lift the frame up.

  • The ribbons need to be detangled from the frame while you are lifting it up.

  • Do not yank the frame away from the Nabi XD it is connect to it by a ribbon. Gently lift.

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Lift the screen up with the black spudger. Lift the frame up slowly and place it to the side.
  • Lift the screen up with the black spudger.

  • Lift the frame up slowly and place it to the side.

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Conclusion

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

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Will the screen from an A or C model work with a B model?

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