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Kindle Fire HD 10 Screen Replacement

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    • Pry open the case using the iFixit tool.

    • Make sure to go around the whole case before removing the whole case.

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    • After removing the casing, flip the tablet over so the screen is facing down.

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    • Pry open the ZIF connector that is attached to the screen carefully using an iFixit Jimmy tool.

    • Pull out the connector using the rubber tipped tweezers carefully.

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    • Heat up an iOpener (or use a heatgun) and apply it along the edges of the screen.

    • Begin to pry open the edges of the screen carefully using an opening pick.

    • It may help to pry open the edges first.

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    • Remove the screen with your fingers.

Conclusión

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

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hi, not sure whether this is the best spot to post this but i need help. so after replacing the lcd screen completely for a fire hd 10 7th gen. the new lcd screen displays nothing even though you can hear the tablet powering on and making noises. what could it be ?? thanks

Okai R - Contestar

My fire tablet needs an lcd screen replacement

Heri R - Contestar

I just completed this tutorial. I feel it is missing some important steps/tips.

STEP 1 - Pry open using a plastic pry tool. Do not be afraid to use a little force after you have gone around the edges since there are plastic clips in the middle of the back panel. DO NOT insert any pry tools deep inside to pry it open. You could damage some wiring or the motherboard itself. Just use your hand and don’t try to go to fast.

STEPS 2 is good

STEP 3 - DO NOT use a metal tools at any time during this step. Use a small plastic pry tool to lift up the BACK part of the ZIF connector until it is vertical. It should not take much force at all. Do not try to pull the flex out prior to this step or you will damage the flex and/or the socket. once the ZIF socket is unlocked (vertical), you should be able to pull the display flex out by hand - NO BIG OR FAST MOVEMENTS.

STEP 4 - if using heat gun, use low heat and heat evenly. heat up the flex a little before transferring.

STEP 5 - I used 2 sided tape to replace the stock adhesive

Michael Northness - Contestar

Never mind gorilla glass -- Amazon used gorilla glue all around the screen/digitizer. In an hour of alternate heatgun, razor, and pry tool work, I got one corner and about 10cm of one edge free. An Amazon-refurbished tablet goes for $60-$75; unless you value your time (and curses) very little, I can't recommend this project.

Monte Davis - Contestar

Where are the steps to actually replace the screen? I only see the steps to remove the screen

Amanda Wagner - Contestar

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