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Use this guide to replace the power supply board of the device. This includes detaching the power cables connected to the logic board, which requires desoldering.

Lay the device on its back, and rotate so the base is facing away from you.
  • Lay the device on its back, and rotate so the base is facing away from you.

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Grip the frame with your fingers under the edge of the frame, and thumbs pushing down on the front of the device.
  • Grip the frame with your fingers under the edge of the frame, and thumbs pushing down on the front of the device.

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Lift up the frame with your fingers and push down the rest of the device with your thumbs.
  • Lift up the frame with your fingers and push down the rest of the device with your thumbs.

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Remove the frame and matte from the device.
  • Remove the frame and matte from the device.

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Remove the four 7mm Torx T6 screws.
  • Remove the four 7mm Torx T6 screws.

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Using the plastic opening tool or your fingers, lift up the frame from any edge. Remove the frame from the device.
  • Using the plastic opening tool or your fingers, lift up the frame from any edge.

  • Remove the frame from the device.

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Unplug the cable connecting the display to the power supply using the flat end of the spudger to pry the connector away from the circuit board. Alternate applying pressure to the left and right side of the connector to ensure that it does not break. Alternate applying pressure to the left and right side of the connector to ensure that it does not break.
  • Unplug the cable connecting the display to the power supply using the flat end of the spudger to pry the connector away from the circuit board.

  • Alternate applying pressure to the left and right side of the connector to ensure that it does not break.

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Remove the four 7mm Torx T6 screws.
  • Remove the four 7mm Torx T6 screws.

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Lift up the display from the left edge and flip display over. Do not lift the display too quickly, as the display is still connected to the main circuit board on the right.
  • Lift up the display from the left edge and flip display over.

  • Do not lift the display too quickly, as the display is still connected to the main circuit board on the right.

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Use the spudger to disconnect the ribbon cable from the display by the black pins away from the connector. There is a pin on either side of the connector. Once both pins are released, the ribbon cable should slide easily out. It may be easier if someone else holds the display so the cable does not get ripped out.
  • Use the spudger to disconnect the ribbon cable from the display by the black pins away from the connector. There is a pin on either side of the connector.

  • Once both pins are released, the ribbon cable should slide easily out.

  • It may be easier if someone else holds the display so the cable does not get ripped out.

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Remove the display assembly from the device.
  • Remove the display assembly from the device.

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Remove the four 7mm Torx T6 screws.
  • Remove the four 7mm Torx T6 screws.

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Desolder the 3 wires attached to the board. Remove the power supply board from the device.
  • Desolder the 3 wires attached to the board.

  • Remove the power supply board from the device.

  • The wires shown were not actually desoldered, but the board will now be separated from the rest of the device.

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Abschluss

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

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