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Herramientas Destacadas en este Teardown

  1. Remove back panel with plastic spudger or other pry tool.
    • Remove back panel with plastic spudger or other pry tool.

  2. Two screws hold the power connector in place. Remove these before trying to remove anything else.
    • Two screws hold the power connector in place. Remove these before trying to remove anything else.

    • Four screws and one cable will remove the speaker assembly.

    • Three screws and a pop on connector secure the micro-SD reader.

    • There are several screws that hold the battery tray in place. The battery is held in with fairly strong adhesive, so I didn't try to take it out of the tray.

    • Three cables are attached to the touch board. I didn't try to remove this board from the frame.

    • Disconnect the four cable connectors that lay across the battery. The cables with blue tabs do not have a locking mechanism holding the cable in place.

    • There are two magnets located at the bottom center. More than likely used for a case cover or for a feature not included on this tablet.

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  4. Once the boards, speakers, and micro-SD card reader have been disconnected, the frame is left sitting on top of the LCD-digitizer.
    • Once the boards, speakers, and micro-SD card reader have been disconnected, the frame is left sitting on top of the LCD-digitizer.

    • There are nine screws holding the frame in place.

    • Remove the frame and the LCD, micro USB jack, and digitizer can be accessed.

    • Take caution when removing the frame. The wire for the micro USB jack runs through the frame and needs to be walked through the holes by hand.

  5. Two screws hold the micro USB jack in place.
    • Two screws hold the micro USB jack in place.

    • Two screws hold the LSD in place.

    • Take care to not touch the LSD face or the inside of the digitizer if they are going to be reused. Finger prints inside the tablet cannot be wiped off after reassembly!

  6. All Parts laying out after disassembly.
    • All Parts laying out after disassembly.

    • Please pardon the debris on the desk.

Oh Tee

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As this is my first teardown, I would appreciate any and all help with what I should/could add. If there are more pictures you would like me to post, let me know. I need to pull it apart again when the new digitizer gets here.

Oh Tee - Contestar

You mention that the power connector is held in place by two screws. Would it be possible to add an arrow or circle to the picture showing where the screws are?

Also there is a surface mounted switch on the main board just above the battery on the left as viewed from the rear. Do you know what it is for? Disabling battery maybe?

Clive Warren - Contestar

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