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はじめに

If your tablet isn't working properly, you may need to replace the motherboard. This guide will show you how to replace the motherboard.

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  1. With the tablet face down, pull the SD card slot cover out. Using a Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the 3mm screw located in the SD card slot.
    • With the tablet face down, pull the SD card slot cover out.

    • Using a Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the 3mm screw located in the SD card slot.

  2. Insert a plastic opening tool in the small crevasse between the screen and the back panel. Pry the screen away from the back panel. Repeat this on each edge of the device.
    • Insert a plastic opening tool in the small crevasse between the screen and the back panel.

    • Pry the screen away from the back panel.

    • Repeat this on each edge of the device.

    • We found it helpful to leave multiple plastic opening tools wedged in the crevasse to prevent it from closing.

    • This requires heavy force. The back of the device is attached with an adhesive. If the back panel is too hard to remove, use the iOpener.

  3. After using the plastic opening tools, pry the device open with your hands. Remove the back panel from the screen.
    • After using the plastic opening tools, pry the device open with your hands.

    • Remove the back panel from the screen.

    • Remove the four 3 mm Phillips #000 screws that are attached to the speaker.

    • These screws are very small so make sure to keep track of them. You can use iFixit's Pro Magnetic Project Mat to help.

  4. Use your fingers to remove the speaker.
    • Use your fingers to remove the speaker.

  5. Remove the 3mm Phillips #000 screws from the corners of the battery. Remove the 3mm Phillips #000 screws from the corners of the battery.
    • Remove the 3mm Phillips #000 screws from the corners of the battery.

  6. Using a spudger or a plastic opening tool, disconnect the ribbon cable from the right side of the device. The cable is attached with an adhesive. These images use a metal spudger, which has the potential to damage the device. Use a plastic opening tool or standard spudger instead.
    • Using a spudger or a plastic opening tool, disconnect the ribbon cable from the right side of the device.

    • The cable is attached with an adhesive.

    • These images use a metal spudger, which has the potential to damage the device. Use a plastic opening tool or standard spudger instead.

  7. Using the Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the two 3mm screws located at the bottom of the ribbon cable. Remove the ribbon cable from the device.
    • Using the Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the two 3mm screws located at the bottom of the ribbon cable.

    • Remove the ribbon cable from the device.

  8. Unhook the battery from the top of the device. Unhook the battery from the top of the device.
    • Unhook the battery from the top of the device.

  9. Unhook the small yellow ribbon on top of the motherboard.
    • Unhook the small yellow ribbon on top of the motherboard.

  10. Remove all the 3mm silver screws and the 2mm black screws on the motherboard and carefully lift it out of the device.
    • Remove all the 3mm silver screws and the 2mm black screws on the motherboard and carefully lift it out of the device.

  11. Use a plastic opening tool to lift the motherboard out of the device. These images use a metal spudger, which has the potential to damage the device. Use a plastic opening tool or standard spudger instead.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to lift the motherboard out of the device.

    • These images use a metal spudger, which has the potential to damage the device. Use a plastic opening tool or standard spudger instead.

終わりに

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

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