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はじめに

Removing the back cover of the Xelio P1001A-BK tablet is fairly simple and straightforward.

There are four securing tabs along both long sides of the tablet shells which are disengaged by gently prying them apart with an opening tool. The speakers reside in two housings on the back shell half and connect to the motherboard with two very thin wires each. The tablet speakers have magnets on their backs which should make them stick to the metal shell protecting the back of the screen. However, if the speakers stay attached to the back shell half, gently pry them out of the sockets before completely separating the shell halves.

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  1. With a Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the two 3 mm retaining screws from the side of the tablet. With a Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the two 3 mm retaining screws from the side of the tablet.
    • With a Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the two 3 mm retaining screws from the side of the tablet.

  2. Using the plastic opening tool, disengage the securing tabs that are along the two long sides of the tablet, four on each side.
    • Using the plastic opening tool, disengage the securing tabs that are along the two long sides of the tablet, four on each side.

    • Slowly rotate up the side of the tablet opposite from the control buttons.

  3. Before fully separating the shell halves, observe if the speakers are separated from the shell half.
    • Before fully separating the shell halves, observe if the speakers are separated from the shell half.

    • If they are, the shell half can be fully separated from the front shell half.

    • If they are still in their sockets, gently pry them loose with the plastic opening tool.

終わりに

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

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