Introduction

Buttons on your portable DVD player can become damaged and no longer able to respond, this guide will direct you on how to replace the button panel. You will be able to complete this task with a minimum amount of time and tools required.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Lay the player flat so the outside casing is facing upwards. Using the screwdriver, unscrew all the case screws on the bottom of the player.

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Image 1/3: Using spudger, pry open the disk casing, and pull upwards removing it from the outer casing. Image 2/3: Using spudger, pry open the disk casing, and pull upwards removing it from the outer casing. Image 3/3: Using spudger, pry open the disk casing, and pull upwards removing it from the outer casing.
  • Open the disc flap and unscrew the screws inside. There will be three screws.

  • Using spudger, pry open the disk casing, and pull upwards removing it from the outer casing.

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Image 1/3: To detach this wire, use your fingers and tightly pinch the plastic connector, and gently pull upwards disconnecting it from the motherboard. Image 2/3: To detach this wire, use your fingers and tightly pinch the plastic connector, and gently pull upwards disconnecting it from the motherboard. Image 3/3: To detach this wire, use your fingers and tightly pinch the plastic connector, and gently pull upwards disconnecting it from the motherboard.
  • After casing has been detached, there will be a wire connecting the button panel on the disk flap case to the motherboard.

    • To detach this wire, use your fingers and tightly pinch the plastic connector, and gently pull upwards disconnecting it from the motherboard.

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  • On the bottom side of the disk flap case, the back of the button panel will be visible. Using a Philips J0 screwdriver, unscrew all 6 screws.

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  • Once unscrewed. gently pull upwards detaching the button panel from the casing.

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Conclusion

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

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