Introduction

This guide will detail how to replace the display assembly in the One Education Infinity:One laptop. After completion of this guide, the digitizer and screen will be separated to allow for replacement of either component.

Insert a Jimmy or other prying tool into the seam between the screen and  back case. Trace around the edges until all clips are released. Lift the back case away from the tablet.
  • Insert a Jimmy or other prying tool into the seam between the screen and back case.

  • Trace around the edges until all clips are released.

  • Lift the back case away from the tablet.

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Use a spudger to release the speaker wires by pushing the bundled cabled connector away from the motherboard. Be sure to pull out the white connector instead of the individual wires to avoid damage to the device.
  • Use a spudger to release the speaker wires by pushing the bundled cabled connector away from the motherboard.

  • Be sure to pull out the white connector instead of the individual wires to avoid damage to the device.

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Use a spudger to lift the speakers out of the device.
  • Use a spudger to lift the speakers out of the device.

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Use a spudger to disconnect the black bundled cable connector from the motherboard. Use a spudger to disconnect the black bundled cable connector from the motherboard.
  • Use a spudger to disconnect the black bundled cable connector from the motherboard.

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Use a spudger to lift the black tab on top of the ZIF connector. Slide the ribbon cable out of the connector. Slide the ribbon cable out of the connector.
  • Use a spudger to lift the black tab on top of the ZIF connector.

  • Slide the ribbon cable out of the connector.

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Use a spudger to flip up the black retaining flap on the ZIF connector. Pull the folded ribbon cable straight out of the connector. This ribbon cable must be disconnected before removing the battery because it is attached to the battery with adhesive.
  • Use a spudger to flip up the black retaining flap on the ZIF connector.

  • Pull the folded ribbon cable straight out of the connector.

  • This ribbon cable must be disconnected before removing the battery because it is attached to the battery with adhesive.

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Use a spudger to pry the battery away from the device.
  • Use a spudger to pry the battery away from the device.

  • Always use ESD safe tools when working with delicate electrical components.

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Use ESD safe tweezers to disconnect the antenna from the motherboard. Use ESD safe tweezers to disconnect the antenna from the motherboard.
  • Use ESD safe tweezers to disconnect the antenna from the motherboard.

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Use a spudger to flip up the black flap on the camera's  ZIF connector. Pull the ribbon cable straight out of the connector. Pull the ribbon cable straight out of the connector.
  • Use a spudger to flip up the black flap on the camera's ZIF connector.

  • Pull the ribbon cable straight out of the connector.

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Use tweezers to remove the black cushion surrounding the camera lens. Use tweezers to remove the black cushion surrounding the camera lens.
  • Use tweezers to remove the black cushion surrounding the camera lens.

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Use tweezers to lift the camera assembly away from the device. Lift straight up to avoid tearing the delicate ribbon cable on the retaining wall.
  • Use tweezers to lift the camera assembly away from the device.

  • Lift straight up to avoid tearing the delicate ribbon cable on the retaining wall.

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Use a spudger to flip up the black flap on the camera's ZIF connector. Pull the ribbon cable straight out of the connector. Pull the ribbon cable straight out of the connector.
  • Use a spudger to flip up the black flap on the camera's ZIF connector.

  • Pull the ribbon cable straight out of the connector.

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Use tweezers to pull the dock connection cable away from the motherboard.
  • Use tweezers to pull the dock connection cable away from the motherboard.

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Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to unscrew the two 3.4 mm screws.
  • Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to unscrew the two 3.4 mm screws.

  • Use a Phillips #000 screwdriver to unscrew the one 4.2mm screw.

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Lift the protective shield away from the motherboard.
  • Lift the protective shield away from the motherboard.

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With the flat end of a spudger, flip up the black flap on the display's ZIF connector. Insert the pointed end of the spudger between the cable and the motherboard and gently pull the cable straight out of the connector. During reassembly, be sure to insert the cable into the connector up to the white line on the cable and then close the retaining flap.
  • With the flat end of a spudger, flip up the black flap on the display's ZIF connector.

  • Insert the pointed end of the spudger between the cable and the motherboard and gently pull the cable straight out of the connector.

  • During reassembly, be sure to insert the cable into the connector up to the white line on the cable and then close the retaining flap.

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Gently lift the motherboard away from the display assembly.
  • Gently lift the motherboard away from the display assembly.

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Unscrew the five 4.2mm screws with a Phillips #000 screwdriver.
  • Unscrew the five 4.2mm screws with a Phillips #000 screwdriver.

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Peel the protective flap away from the display. Peel the protective flap away from the display.
  • Peel the protective flap away from the display.

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Use a spudger to lift the digitizer away from the screen. Grasp the edge of the digitizer and lift straight up to remove.
  • Use a spudger to lift the digitizer away from the screen.

  • Grasp the edge of the digitizer and lift straight up to remove.

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Conclusion

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

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