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Introduction

The Oculus Quest 2 has many screws and clips, but very little adhesive. It’s quite easy to disassemble as long as you keep track of all the screws.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Oculus Quest 2, use our service manual.

  1. 6x T2 screws
    • 6x T2 screws

  2. One side at a time, insert a pick next to the nosepiece, slide it to the edge and pry. When both sides are loose, carefully lift the cover out.
    • One side at a time, insert a pick next to the nosepiece, slide it to the edge and pry.

    • When both sides are loose, carefully lift the cover out.

    • The proximity sensor is still connected, so be careful not to rip the flex cable.

    • Lift the clip and pull the flex cable out. It is lightly adhered to the headset.

  3. 5x P0 screws
    • 5x P0 screws

    • The two screws near the top are very deep.

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  5. Insert a pick and pry at these four spots to release the clips.
    • Insert a pick and pry at these four spots to release the clips.

    • Lift the front cover away from the headset.

  6. 1x T2 screw 17x P0 screws
    • 1x T2 screw

    • 17x P0 screws

    • Unplug the fan.

    • Unplug the top and front antennas.

    • Lift the front LED from the fan cover.

    • Remove the metal shield and front antenna.

    • Lift the top of the headset case to release the fan cover.

    • Ooh, spinny thing.

  7. Unplug all the cables.
    • Unplug all the cables.

    • From top to bottom, left to right, the cables are front LED, proximity sensor, battery, right speaker, left speaker, top right camera, top left camera, power button/status LED, bottom right camera and microphone/volume controls, bottom left camera and microphone, USB Type-C port/headphone jack.

    • Unplug top antenna.

    • 1x 3.6mm hex screw

    • 4x P0 screws

    • Remove the heatsink.

    • 4x P0 screws

  8. Lift the midframe away from the case. Four P0 screws hold the battery in place.
    • Lift the midframe away from the case.

    • Four P0 screws hold the battery in place.

    • Four more screws on each arm/speaker. The arms require further disassembly to remove.

    • The screen and lenses require further disassembly to remove.

  9. Ooh, chips. Ooh, chips.
    • Ooh, chips.

  10. The Quest 2's powerhouse.
    • The Quest 2's powerhouse.

    • 3640mAh, 3.85V, 14Wh

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