Introduction

Taking apart the RCA Voyager II is pretty straightforward. Here is a short Guide.

Note that the tablet pictured has been disassembled and reassembled before.

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  • Have Workstation Prepped

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  • remove the two screws on the top of the device with a PH000 screwdriver

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  • Starting from the top, place pick or plastic tool between the power button and screen edge and push apart slightly.

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Image 1/1: There is a good amount of space between the bezel and the board. Be gentle, but the risk of breaking components is low.
  • Run pick across the top to the right and then down the right side and around the rest of the tablet.

  • There is a good amount of space between the bezel and the board. Be gentle, but the risk of breaking components is low.

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  • lift section out of the black casing from the bottom, lift and remove by pulling away from tablet.

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Image 1/1: Front Camera
  • Battery connection (on older models, may be soldered to board)

  • Front Camera

  • Digitizer

  • LCD

  • Speaker

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Image 1/1: Do not use any metal tools while the battery is plugged in. It may cause a short.
  • Remove battery Connection First

  • Do not use any metal tools while the battery is plugged in. It may cause a short.

What the name to this part that cover the flex cable I lost the clamp.

Kiyona Nichole Woods - Reply

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  • unplug the speaker

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Image 1/3: The covers are incredibly fragile, and easy to break Image 2/3: gently disconnect all three cables with your fingers by pulling slightly Image 3/3: gently disconnect all three cables with your fingers by pulling slightly
  • Lift the black cover over all three flex cables (Camera, LCD, Digitizer) with a plastic tool.

  • The covers are incredibly fragile, and easy to break

  • gently disconnect all three cables with your fingers by pulling slightly

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  • remove the three screws securing the board with your PH000 Screwdriver

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Image 1/2: Do not tug the board out too hard, the antenna cable on the left is soldered in! Image 2/2: Fold board over the left side of the tablet and gently remove tape securing antenna to the case. Use a small amount of heat if necessary.
  • lift the board out gently

  • Do not tug the board out too hard, the antenna cable on the left is soldered in!

  • Fold board over the left side of the tablet and gently remove tape securing antenna to the case. Use a small amount of heat if necessary.

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Image 1/2: with a plastic piece, lift battery from adhesive securing it in place. Image 2/2: do not use a metal or sharp tool to remove the battery, tearing or puncturing it may cause it to explode or heat rapidly, and may damage your device.
  • remove tape from top and bottom of the battery.

  • with a plastic piece, lift battery from adhesive securing it in place.

  • do not use a metal or sharp tool to remove the battery, tearing or puncturing it may cause it to explode or heat rapidly, and may damage your device.

  • The battery is secured directly to the back of the LCD. Exercise caution while removing the battery not to damage the LCD.

  • The battery is soft and somewhat malleable - it can bend slightly without damage.

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Image 1/2: The pick placement to the top left side (near the power button) is smaller and on a corner. I recommend inserting this pick last. Image 2/2: The pick placement to the top left side (near the power button) is smaller and on a corner. I recommend inserting this pick last.
  • Place picks between the lcd and the plastic clips holding it in place.

  • The pick placement to the top left side (near the power button) is smaller and on a corner. I recommend inserting this pick last.

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Image 1/1: Use picks as needed to separate LCD in other areas.
  • Gently push top right pick down to lift LCD from the clip. Run across the top and right side to further lift LCD.

  • Use picks as needed to separate LCD in other areas.

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Image 1/1: To remove, lift top of LCD and pull out of case away from the speaker, which is fixed to the digitizer frame.
  • Once separated and loose, remove picks so you do not damage the LCD while removing it.

  • To remove, lift top of LCD and pull out of case away from the speaker, which is fixed to the digitizer frame.

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Image 1/2: If you're having issues loosening the adhesive, use a heat gun around the edges, then try again. Image 2/2: If you're having issues loosening the adhesive, use a heat gun around the edges, then try again.
  • to remove Digitizer/Glass from the frame and speaker, slide a pick under a corner between the glass and frame to loosen adhesive

  • If you're having issues loosening the adhesive, use a heat gun around the edges, then try again.

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  • You have completely dismantled the RCA Voyager II

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Conclusion

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

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what is that flat part that has the little copper bar in the middle. What do you call that?

TheUnchanted Sword - Reply

The LCD has a piece of copper tape on it, is that what you mean?

Sam Lionheart -

Nice Guide. Very Simple and Easy to follow!

Aerial L - Reply

Bonne site merci pour tous je suis très heureux content que entrer dans ce site

diego jamal - Reply

Anyone know which company made this very fragile digitizer for RCA Voyager?

Spock Chen - Reply

where can I get the battery for my RCT 6773W22B? and what is the difference from ur model?

Appreciate ur work and helping the less inclined

Byron B

Ccl Byron - Reply

Both my tablet stop working.It doesn't want to charge.And when I open it i saw something white on the grey wire near the Digitizer.

Mary - Reply

Where can I find a screen for my voyager it has a crack inside

Karmyn Miller - Reply

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