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Herramientas Destacadas en este Teardown

  1. Remove Lens, MicroSD Card and Battery Remove Lens, MicroSD Card and Battery
    • Remove Lens, MicroSD Card and Battery

  2. Remove 2 screws first Lift the cover Disconnect LCD FPC
    • Remove 2 screws first

    • Lift the cover

    • Disconnect LCD FPC

    • Then remove 4 screws

    • Remove LCD assembly

  3. Insert wisdom here. Insert wisdom here.
    • Insert wisdom here.

  4. Remove 2 screws
    • Remove 2 screws

  5. Open connection bay
    • Open connection bay

    • Remove 2 screws

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  7. Remove 1 screw under the DC power cable notch cover
    • Remove 1 screw under the DC power cable notch cover

  8. Remove 4 screws and be ware the length difference Peel the rubber open from right hand side Remove 1 screw
    • Remove 4 screws and be ware the length difference

    • Peel the rubber open from right hand side

    • Remove 1 screw

  9. Now the back case can be removed. There's no fragile FPC or cables in this step. Just be patient.
    • Now the back case can be removed.

    • There's no fragile FPC or cables in this step. Just be patient.

  10. Disconnect speaker cable Pull out keypad cable Pull out keypad cable
    • Disconnect speaker cable

    • Pull out keypad cable

  11. Insert small crowbar or flat head screw driver here to lift the keypad up. Those clips are very tight.
    • Insert small crowbar or flat head screw driver here to lift the keypad up.

    • Those clips are very tight.

  12. Remove 3 screws Remove 2 screws Notice the sizes of screws
    • Remove 3 screws

    • Remove 2 screws

    • Notice the sizes of screws

  13. Need some tape peeling
    • Need some tape peeling

  14. Dangerous DC Voltage > 200V
    • Dangerous DC Voltage > 200V

    • Use 10kohm, >2W resistor, connect Brown and Blue point for more than 10sec.

    • DMM's Low-Z voltage works even better.

    • Measure voltage between 3 points to ensure voltage <10V

    • More steps coming soon.

    • Some soldering/de-soldering work needed to remove/replace the main PCB

Terrance

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Hi Terrance - the return spring on the on/off switch has gone on mine - are you able to see how to get at this on your stripped down one?

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chris morton - Contestar

hmm, haven’t dug that deep yet… The front case disassembly seems very tricky. Also the IR-cut removal.

Terrance -

Sorry to hear that, I arrive here coming for a solution for the return spring on the on/off switch, is not a big problem but a pain and battery drain if you don’t realise :)

Anyway thanks for your teardown really formative.

juan valderrabano - Contestar

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