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  • Step 1: Remove all four screw covers from every corner of the back side of the device

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  • Step 2: Remove all four screws from each corner. The screws are .15mm

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  • Step 3: Using the plastic opening tool, remove the cover from the back side of the device.

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  • Step 4: Remove the 3 silver colored screws that hold in the battery. The screws are .11mm

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Image 1/2: Be careful: Don't touch the green board!(aka Motherboard) Image 2/2: Be careful: Don't touch the green board!(aka Motherboard)
  • Step 5: Unplug the battery and remove from device.

  • Be careful: Don't touch the green board!(aka Motherboard)

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Image 1/2: Do '''++NOT++''' touch the MotherBoard with your bare hands. There is risk of short circuiting the device. Use nitrile  gloves to prevent this. Image 2/2: Do '''++NOT++''' touch the MotherBoard with your bare hands. There is risk of short circuiting the device. Use nitrile  gloves to prevent this.
  • Step 1: Use a metal pry tool to separate the camera from the small clip that holds it in there. Do this by wedging the pry tool between the camera and the clip.

  • Do NOT touch the MotherBoard with your bare hands. There is risk of short circuiting the device. Use nitrile gloves to prevent this.

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  • Step 2: Use a pair of small tweezers to gently pull the camera connector out of the motherboard

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  • Step 1: Remove the screws that hold in the MotherBoard. There are 6 screws that you have to remove. They are .15mm in size

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  • Step 2: Remove the screws that hold the screen to the base. There are 11 total screws. 8 of them are .15mm in size, the other 3 are .11mm in size

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Image 1/2: The regular black nylon spudger should be used whenever possible, especially around motherboards. Image 2/2: The regular black nylon spudger should be used whenever possible, especially around motherboards.
  • Step 3: Remove the MotherBoard from the tablet using a nylon spudger.

  • The regular black nylon spudger should be used whenever possible, especially around motherboards.

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  • Step 4: Carefully remove the connector that connects the screen to the tablet using tweezers.

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Image 1/2: You will need to pry some parts away from the ports that hold them. Do NOT use too much force as you can damage the tablet. Image 2/2: You will need to pry some parts away from the ports that hold them. Do NOT use too much force as you can damage the tablet.
  • Step 5: Carefully separate the MotherBoard from the hard casing.

  • You will need to pry some parts away from the ports that hold them. Do NOT use too much force as you can damage the tablet.

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Image 1/1: '''++Step 6a++''': Remove the second connector that hold the screen to the MotherBoard
  • Step 6: Lift the MotherBoard out of the tablet.

  • Step 6a: Remove the second connector that hold the screen to the MotherBoard

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Image 1/3: '''++Step 7a++''': Being to open the screen box at each of the clips that hold it together. There should be 4 of them. Image 2/3: '''++Step 7a++''': Being to open the screen box at each of the clips that hold it together. There should be 4 of them. Image 3/3: '''++Step 7a++''': Being to open the screen box at each of the clips that hold it together. There should be 4 of them.
  • Step 7: Remove the silver screen box from away from the device.

  • Step 7a: Being to open the screen box at each of the clips that hold it together. There should be 4 of them.

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Image 1/2: Note: if your screen is not cracked but the front of the protective box is. You will need to replace the protective box. Image 2/2: Note: if your screen is not cracked but the front of the protective box is. You will need to replace the protective box.
  • Step 8: Lift the screen out of the protective box.

  • Note: if your screen is not cracked but the front of the protective box is. You will need to replace the protective box.

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Conclusion

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

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