Introduction

If the monitor or screen is broken, the monitor needs to be detached from the device.

Image 1/1: Punch through the warranty sticker with the spudger and remove the screw underneath.
  • Remove the five exposed 7.9 mm phillips screws with the spudger.

  • Punch through the warranty sticker with the spudger and remove the screw underneath.

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Image 1/1: Remove the screws that the rubber feet were covering.
  • Remove the rubber feet with the screwdriver.

  • Remove the screws that the rubber feet were covering.

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Image 1/1: The tray is still connected to the base with wires.
  • Lift up the cover gently.

  • The tray is still connected to the base with wires.

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  • Remove the wires with tweezers by gently pulling on the base they are attached to.

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  • Use your hand to remove the small back cover.

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  • Remove the two 0.473" pan head screws as shown circled in the picture

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Image 1/1: The screen will still be connected by the wires
  • The screen should now detach from the main device.

  • The screen will still be connected by the wires

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  • Remove the wires attached to the white base by using the tweezers

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  • Do the same with the wires attached to the black base.

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  • The screen should now be completely separated from the main device.

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Conclusion

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

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