Introduction

Please check out the TomTom GO Live 1535M Troubleshooting Guide before taking the device apart to ensure you are following the correct repair procedure.

Parts

No parts required.

Slip a small  opening tool underneath the screen, gently sliding it around the outside edge.
  • Slip a small opening tool underneath the screen, gently sliding it around the outside edge.

  • To do this, it may be easier to start at the corners.

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Carefully remove the reset button cable (located on the left) and the ribbon cable. Carefully remove the reset button cable (located on the left) and the ribbon cable.
  • Carefully remove the reset button cable (located on the left) and the ribbon cable.

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The screen is simply removed by pushing it up-and-out of the outside rim (denoted by the box). As you remove the screen, you may hear a 'tearing' sound. Do not panic, as this is just the leftover substance that holds the screen in place. It will re-stick when the screen in placed back. If you need to find a replacement screen, please click the link here.  Link text
  • The screen is simply removed by pushing it up-and-out of the outside rim (denoted by the box).

  • As you remove the screen, you may hear a 'tearing' sound. Do not panic, as this is just the leftover substance that holds the screen in place. It will re-stick when the screen in placed back.

  • If you need to find a replacement screen, please click the link here. Link text

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Conclusion

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

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I just replaced the screen. But with the cable ribbon installed the screen does not activate. The startup tom-tom sound does play. The screen is blank. But the old screen does not work as well. Prior to this the screen did work but was un responsive. Any thoughts?

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