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Introduction

This guide will take you through the process of replacing a broken or unusable screen on the Insignia 24" LED Roku TV.

Parts

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  1. Place the TV face down so you have access to the back.
    • Place the TV face down so you have access to the back.

  2. Rest the TV on its top edge so you have access to the base. Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to take out the four screws on the bottom of the base. Remove the base from the frame.
    • Rest the TV on its top edge so you have access to the base.

    • Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to take out the four screws on the bottom of the base.

    • Remove the base from the frame.

  3. Lay the TV face down. Use the Phillips 00 Screwdriver to remove all of the Phillips Head Screws from the the backside of the TV.
    • Lay the TV face down.

    • Use the Phillips 00 Screwdriver to remove all of the Phillips Head Screws from the the backside of the TV.

  4. Stand the TV on its top edge.
    • Stand the TV on its top edge.

    • Gently pry apart the front and back of the TV.

    • The two halves should pull apart easily since there are no longer any screws holding it together.

  5. There are wires still connecting the two halves. Remove all the pieces of tape to detach the wires from both sides. Remove all the pieces of tape to detach the wires from both sides.
    • There are wires still connecting the two halves.

    • Remove all the pieces of tape to detach the wires from both sides.

  6. Completely pry apart your TV.
    • Completely pry apart your TV.

    • You should have a clear view of the inside on both sides.

  7. Remove the tape that is holding the silver rectangular piece from the house.
    • Remove the tape that is holding the silver rectangular piece from the house.

  8. Using the Phillips 00 Screwdriver, remove the screws that are also holding the silver rectangular piece to the house. Using the Phillips 00 Screwdriver, remove the screws that are also holding the silver rectangular piece to the house.
    • Using the Phillips 00 Screwdriver, remove the screws that are also holding the silver rectangular piece to the house.

  9. Remove the plastic casing from the glass screen. Then carefully remove metal backing from glass screen and separate the layer of plastic from the glass screen. Then carefully remove metal backing from glass screen and separate the layer of plastic from the glass screen.
    • Remove the plastic casing from the glass screen.

    • Then carefully remove metal backing from glass screen and separate the layer of plastic from the glass screen.

  10. Separate plastic screen protector layers from both the backing and glass screen. (second picture provides image of what the plastic screen protectors look like)
    • Separate plastic screen protector layers from both the backing and glass screen.

    • (second picture provides image of what the plastic screen protectors look like)

  11. Find the display board and unplug white ribbon cord from board. Squeeze both sides of plug to release cord. Squeeze both sides of plug to release cord.
    • Find the display board and unplug white ribbon cord from board.

    • Squeeze both sides of plug to release cord.

  12. Using same screwdriver, unscrew the screws that are on the green display board. Separate the green display board from its metal backing. Separate the green display board from its metal backing.
    • Using same screwdriver, unscrew the screws that are on the green display board.

    • Separate the green display board from its metal backing.

  13. All cables connecting screen to frame are now detached. You are now ready to pull apart and separate the screen.
    • All cables connecting screen to frame are now detached. You are now ready to pull apart and separate the screen.

Conclusion

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

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