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  • Start out by separating the screen from the back cover using the larger plastic opening tool to pry them apart.

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  • Once every part of the screen is separated from the back cover, you should be able to fully remove it with your hands.

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  • To remove the battery you must use something small, such as tweezers, to disconnect the battery from its port.

  • Note: the connection lifts up to remove

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  • After the battery is disconnected you may use your hands to pull out the battery. It may be a little difficult because there is adhesive on the backside of the battery.

You don't have to, just be careful with battery connector.

Kyoko Hori - Reply

You have to be very careful with the battery connector. On mine, the plug was difficult to remove from the base and I ended up breaking the connections between the base and the circuit board. Maybe use the pry tool to hold the base down while easing out the plug.

Hugh Morrison - Reply

I just did the same thing Hugh...does that mean my tablet is trashed? Can it be repaired?

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  • With a plastic remover tool, gently unseat the connection of the proximity sensor to the motherboard.

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  • Gently wedge the plastic remover tool and pry antenna loose, and lift it from the proximity sensor. The Sensor can then simply lifted from the device.

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

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