Introduction

This guide will show in detail the necessary steps to safely remove the main motherboard from your RCA Lyra X2400 for full/partial replacement and/or general troubleshooting.

Using slight pressure with your finger on the word "OPEN", slide the battery plate down. Remove the battery plate. Place your finger at the bottom of the battery.
  • Using slight pressure with your finger on the word "OPEN", slide the battery plate down.

  • Remove the battery plate.

  • Place your finger at the bottom of the battery.

  • Lift up on the battery until it pops out from the LYRA X2400.

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Remove two Phillips screws from the silver cover at the top of the Lyra. Slowly wiggle the silver cover while pulling it away from the device.
  • Remove two Phillips screws from the silver cover at the top of the Lyra.

  • Slowly wiggle the silver cover while pulling it away from the device.

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Remove two Phillips screws from the bottom of the device, next to the charger port and Compact Flash release button. Pull the silver case from the bottom of the device.
  • Remove two Phillips screws from the bottom of the device, next to the charger port and Compact Flash release button.

  • Pull the silver case from the bottom of the device.

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Carefully pry up the screen with a plastic opening tool. Disconnect the screen's ribbon cable  from the circuit board. Remove the screen.
  • Carefully pry up the screen with a plastic opening tool.

  • Disconnect the screen's ribbon cable from the circuit board.

  • Remove the screen.

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Open the case of the Lyra. Remove the four screws that secure the motherboard to the frame of the Lyra X2400.
  • Open the case of the Lyra.

  • Remove the four screws that secure the motherboard to the frame of the Lyra X2400.

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Conclusion

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

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