Using a separating tool, look for a seam in the plastic casing that looks most accessible.
  • Using a separating tool, look for a seam in the plastic casing that looks most accessible.

  • Use the prying tool to separate the front and back casing, working your way around the perimeter.

  • Utilize a card tool or a pick to assist in keeping the case separated.

    • To reassemble the device simply align the two casing halves and pinch to snap together or press down on the edges while the device in on a table.

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Flip over the back of the device while keeping it close to the front, the speaker is attached to it.
  • Flip over the back of the device while keeping it close to the front, the speaker is attached to it.

  • Remove the yellow tape securing the speaker to the back casing.

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  • Use the separating tool to pry the speaker from its surface.

    • Use caution when removing the speaker, you may damage the screen.

  • Cut or desolder the wires to replace or repair the speaker.

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  • Using a P00 Phillips screwdriver, remove the three screws securing the black plastic camera housing and remove it.

  • Peel back the beige tape while holding down the camera ribbon cable to prevent tears

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  • Lift the locking tab that is securing the camera ribbon cable.

  • Slide the ribbon cable out from the connector and remove from casing.

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  • Use a P00 Phillips screwdriver to remove the three screws securing the button board.

  • Desolder the contacts on the button board to remove or replace it.

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  • Peel off the black tape on the battery and main-board.

  • Peel off the black tape securing the screen ribbon cable to the back of the screen.

    • Use caution to avoid damaging either ribbon cable.

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  • Slide out the ribbon cable lock that is securing the screen ribbon cable.

  • Move the ribbon cable out of the way using tape if necessary.

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  • Remove the yellow tape securing the battery to the screen.

  • Use a plastic card or pick to separate the battery from the screen.

    • Do not bend or puncture battery, battery is difficult to separate from screen.

  • Cut or desolder the wires on the battery to remove or replace it.

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  • Peel the WiFi antenna off of the monitor and move out of the way.

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  • Remove the black tape on the screen and the main-board.

  • Lift the ribbon cable lock securing the digitizer ribbon cable.

  • Slide out the digitizer ribbon cable and move away from the device, use tape to secure if necessary.

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  • Use a P00 Phillips screwdriver to remove the three screws securing the main-board to the back casing.

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  • Lift the main-board up and away from the ports to reveal the microphone.

  • Use tweezers to remove the microphone from the black silicone.

  • Move the main-board off the screen.

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  • Use a separator tool to lift the screen from the port side of the casing and remove it.

    • To reassemble the device, follow these steps in reverse unless specified otherwise.

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Conclusion

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

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Tyler Schuster

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Gracias y ademas la buenas fotografias ayudaron una inmesidad.

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Klaus laage - Reply

Nothing spectacular happened I just turned on my tablet today and voila! My display is crazed on part of the screen! I read these steps a couple times and I just don't understand how if this process is intended to replace the display screen a display screen isn't listed as a necessary part purchase. I have faith in reader generated sites so please help!

Denise Engle - Reply

Denise a new display screen would need to be purchased. Unless you absolutely have to have this particular tablet fixed I suggest buying a new one.

Chris Blackwell -

hola, podrás tener este repuesto de la pantalla lcd para la venta para ese modelo?

gracias

William Weygel

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