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Image 1/2: Do not insert the opening tool too far into the tablet as this can damage connectors close to edges of the cover. Image 2/2: The angled tip of the opening tool can be wedged into the device by pressing on the back of the  opening tool with the thumb. Move the  opening tool in a sliding motion to ensure all tabs separate.
  • Carefully slide the heavy duty opening tool between the gap on the side of the device with no buttons.

  • Do not insert the opening tool too far into the tablet as this can damage connectors close to edges of the cover.

  • The angled tip of the opening tool can be wedged into the device by pressing on the back of the opening tool with the thumb. Move the opening tool in a sliding motion to ensure all tabs separate.

  • Corner tabs may require a more forceful prying tool. If needed, carefully insert the metal prying tool into corners to separate the tabs.

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Image 1/1: There are three loose connectors: one for the screen, one for the digitizer, and one for the motherboard. They  are held in place by the pressure of the backing and screen assemblies.
  • Look into the tablet for loose connectors.

  • There are three loose connectors: one for the screen, one for the digitizer, and one for the motherboard. They are held in place by the pressure of the backing and screen assemblies.

  • Flip the backing from the button-less side over, being careful not to separate the ribbon connector from the display screen.

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Image 1/2: Screw has a 3.66 mm head and is 3.5 mm tall. Image 2/2: Screw has a 3.66 mm head and is 3.5 mm tall.
  • Remove screw with the J1 screwdriver or screw bit.

  • Screw has a 3.66 mm head and is 3.5 mm tall.

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Image 1/3: Remove the screw by using J1 screwdriver. Image 2/3: Screw has a 3.66 mm head and is 3.5 mm tall. Image 3/3: Screw has a 3.66 mm head and is 3.5 mm tall.
  • Lift the flap hiding second screw.

  • Remove the screw by using J1 screwdriver.

  • Screw has a 3.66 mm head and is 3.5 mm tall.

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Image 1/3: Using tweezers may help to grab the small connector flanges. Image 2/3: Using tweezers may help to grab the small connector flanges. Image 3/3: Using tweezers may help to grab the small connector flanges.
  • Disconnect the black and red cable connector from the camera strip.

  • Using tweezers may help to grab the small connector flanges.

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Image 1/3: A spudger may help with leverage when removing the ribbon cable. Image 2/3: A spudger may help with leverage when removing the ribbon cable. Image 3/3: A spudger may help with leverage when removing the ribbon cable.
  • Disconnect the ribbon cable from the camera circuit board by lifting it away from circuit board.

  • A spudger may help with leverage when removing the ribbon cable.

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Conclusion

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

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