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Introducción

This is a step by step guide to show how to replace the keyboard. Prior to this guide, you will need to refer to the Disassembling guide for the case.

  1. Remove the battery covers and the four batteries.
    • Remove the battery covers and the four batteries.

  2. Remove the four plastic caps with a metal spudger to expose the 6.0 mm Philips JIS #0 case screws. Remove the eight 6.0 mm JIS #0 case screws.
    • Remove the four plastic caps with a metal spudger to expose the 6.0 mm Philips JIS #0 case screws.

    • Remove the eight 6.0 mm JIS #0 case screws.

  3. Using a plastic opening tool, separate the two pieces of the case carefully. Using a plastic opening tool, separate the two pieces of the case carefully.
    • Using a plastic opening tool, separate the two pieces of the case carefully.

  4. Remove the six 6.5 mm Philips J0 screws that are connected to the circuit board. Use light pressure to prevent damage to the circuit board.
    • Remove the six 6.5 mm Philips J0 screws that are connected to the circuit board.

    • Use light pressure to prevent damage to the circuit board.

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  6. Remove the 9.0 mm Philips J0 screw from the blue plastic cover.
    • Remove the 9.0 mm Philips J0 screw from the blue plastic cover.

    • Once the screw is removed, remove the blue plastic cover.

  7. Remove the two 4.0 mm Philips J0  screws located on the orange case. Use gentle force to prevent stripping of screws.
    • Remove the two 4.0 mm Philips J0 screws located on the orange case.

    • Use gentle force to prevent stripping of screws.

  8. Remove the two "L" shaped brackets located on both sides of the device. Use the magnetic mat to store these brackets. Use the magnetic mat to store these brackets.
    • Remove the two "L" shaped brackets located on both sides of the device.

    • Use the magnetic mat to store these brackets.

  9. Locate the spring that was connected to the "L" shaped bracket and slowly remove it.
    • Locate the spring that was connected to the "L" shaped bracket and slowly remove it.

  10. Gently lift the circuit board from the case using a plastic opening tool. Make sure to use a plastic opening tool for this step.
    • Gently lift the circuit board from the case using a plastic opening tool.

    • Make sure to use a plastic opening tool for this step.

  11. Remove the 3.5 mm Philips J0 screw located underneath the circuit board.
    • Remove the 3.5 mm Philips J0 screw located underneath the circuit board.

    • Keep the circuit board out of the way to avoid damaging it.

  12. Slowly remove the keyboard panel.
    • Slowly remove the keyboard panel.

    • Use a spudger if necessary.

    • The keys will fall out once the keyboard panel is removed.

    • Remove all of the keys and set them aside with the keyboard panel.

  13. Gently remove the keyboard circuit board with a plastic opening tool.
    • Gently remove the keyboard circuit board with a plastic opening tool.

Conclusión

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

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Was gifted a mobigo2 for my niece but it came without keyboard .. I was curious if you knew where I might find a replacement keyboard?

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