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Introduction

Follow the steps in this guide to successfully replace the damaged screen of your Oregon Scientific Meep! 4.0.

  1. Use a screwdriver to remove the four 7.0 mm Philips #00 screws from the back of the device.
    • Use a screwdriver to remove the four 7.0 mm Philips #00 screws from the back of the device.

  2. Use a plastic opening tool to detach the clips on the inside of the device.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to detach the clips on the inside of the device.

  3. Remove the black tape holding the battery in place.
    • Remove the black tape holding the battery in place.

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  5. Use a spudger to separate the battery from its adhesive.
    • Use a spudger to separate the battery from its adhesive.

  6. Use a screwdriver to unscrew the three 4.0 mm Philips #00 screws holding the motherboard in place.
    • Use a screwdriver to unscrew the three 4.0 mm Philips #00 screws holding the motherboard in place.

  7. Use a plastic opening tool and place the tip in between the white and black pieces holding in the ribbon cable in to release the three ribbon cables around the motherboard.
    • Use a plastic opening tool and place the tip in between the white and black pieces holding in the ribbon cable in to release the three ribbon cables around the motherboard.

  8. Remove the motherboard and unscrew the twelve 7.0 Phillips #00 screws holding the metal casing around the screen in.
    • Remove the motherboard and unscrew the twelve 7.0 Phillips #00 screws holding the metal casing around the screen in.

  9. Use a plastic opening tool to undo the metal clips holding the screen in place.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to undo the metal clips holding the screen in place.

  10. Remove the plastic over the screen and use a spudger or plastic opening tool to remove the screen from the sticky adhesive.
    • Remove the plastic over the screen and use a spudger or plastic opening tool to remove the screen from the sticky adhesive.

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