Question about Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver
Wanting to open my tom tom one back but its not a torx screw. Its something different. Has a middle pen point. HEX 6 sides.
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There are 4 screws:
1. Remove front bezel
2. unscrew 4 small screws (1 hole has anti tamper tape over)
3. remove "dome" rear of unit.
4. Remove 2 screws holding speaker in
5. Carefully remove all metal tape covering electronics
6. Remove 4 small screws securing PCB to unit
7. Remove 2 screws holding black plastic battery clip
8. Unplug small battery connector from PCB board.
9. remove battery and insert new one
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
SOURCE: Cannot get into tomtom one v3
After the screws are out, just put something (I used a fingernail, but you might want to use something like a butterknife or a thin bladed screwdriver) between the silver front casing and the black back casing at the top front corner. Then gently pry until it separates. Do the same thing for the other top corner and the case should just pull loose. Be careful not to stress the cables connecting the speaker and the battery by pulling the back casing more than a few inches from the front casing (the battery and the speaker are attached to the back casing). The battery is held in place with sticky tape. Just disconnect the cable and gently pry it free from the sticky tape.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
I finally managed to pull back the rear cover by inserting a thin piece of metal at the top of the rear cover. It snapped off by pulling it backwards and then downwards. And I soldered the connector back on. I only had to solder the 4 feet of the small metal shield, the contacts are just pressing on the circuit board.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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