Introduction

Shows how to replace the lens through pictures and words. The lens is located on the motherboard and requires tweezers to unplug ribbons and the remove motherboard from the rear case.

To remove the wristband of the device, grab the middle loop and pull. Pull the band through as shown in the picture. To remove the wristband of the device, grab the middle loop and pull. Pull the band through as shown in the picture. To remove the wristband of the device, grab the middle loop and pull. Pull the band through as shown in the picture.
  • To remove the wristband of the device, grab the middle loop and pull. Pull the band through as shown in the picture.

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Remove all four Hex screws with a Hex 1.5 mm screwdriver. Remove all four Hex screws with a Hex 1.5 mm screwdriver.
  • Remove all four Hex screws with a Hex 1.5 mm screwdriver.

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To remove the HDMI screw, open the HDMI door on the side. Remove the screw using a Phillip size 00. To remove the HDMI screw, open the HDMI door on the side. Remove the screw using a Phillip size 00. To remove the HDMI screw, open the HDMI door on the side. Remove the screw using a Phillip size 00.
  • To remove the HDMI screw, open the HDMI door on the side. Remove the screw using a Phillip size 00.

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As shown in the picture, use the plastic opening tool on both sides on the device. Pry apart both parts. Do not pry apart the device too hard. There is a wire that attaches the front case with the rear case. Do not pry apart the device too hard. There is a wire that attaches the front case with the rear case.
  • As shown in the picture, use the plastic opening tool on both sides on the device. Pry apart both parts.

  • Do not pry apart the device too hard. There is a wire that attaches the front case with the rear case.

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Pull the wire ribbon out with a pair of tweezers. Pull the wire ribbon out with a pair of tweezers. Pull the wire ribbon out with a pair of tweezers.
  • Pull the wire ribbon out with a pair of tweezers.

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Use tweezers to remove the tape. Use tweezers to remove the tape. Use tweezers to remove the tape.
  • Use tweezers to remove the tape.

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Use tweezers to grab the wire ribbon, then pull the wire out of connection. Use tweezers to grab the wire ribbon, then pull the wire out of connection.
  • Use tweezers to grab the wire ribbon, then pull the wire out of connection.

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There are 5 Phillips size 00 screws. Remove all 5 screws. Wire ribbon is attached to the motherboard.
  • There are 5 Phillips size 00 screws. Remove all 5 screws.

  • Wire ribbon is attached to the motherboard.

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Pry the motherboard up using the  plastic opening tool.
  • Pry the motherboard up using the plastic opening tool.

  • Be careful there is a wire ribbon holding the motherboard.

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Use tweezers to disconnect the wire as shown. This will loosen the motherboard from the rear case. Use tweezers to disconnect the wire as shown. This will loosen the motherboard from the rear case.
  • Use tweezers to disconnect the wire as shown. This will loosen the motherboard from the rear case.

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Shows front of motherboard and rear of motherboard. Lens has 4 Phillips size 00 screws.
  • Shows front of motherboard and rear of motherboard.

  • Lens has 4 Phillips size 00 screws.

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Unplug the wire ribbon from the motherboard.
  • Unplug the wire ribbon from the motherboard.

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Remove all 4 PH(00) screws, this will loosen the lens from the motherboard. Remove all 4 PH(00) screws, this will loosen the lens from the motherboard.
  • Remove all 4 PH(00) screws, this will loosen the lens from the motherboard.

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Conclusion

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

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