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I'm building my 3rd big screen projector.....for this I need to take the tv apart and remove the back light, so my question is....will there be anything in the way of the ldc screen after removal of the back light and folding away any electronics. I'm adding in a new light source and need a clear path through the lcd.

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Kurio 7 Screen Replacement
Written By: Eric Rice (and 6 other contributors)
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Difficulty
Moderate
Steps
12
Time Required
30 - 45 minutes
Sections
3
Back Panel
4 steps
Kurio 7 Motherboard Removal Guide
5 steps
Screen
3 steps
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Introduction
This is an easier part to replace than many others on the Kurio 7. Most require soldering, but this one does not. However, you must exercise extreme care when taking the device apart so that none of the soldered connections are broken. In the event that they are broken, look to our other guides for repair tips.
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Step 1 Back Panel
Begin by removing the rubber cover from the Kurio 7.
Begin by removing the rubber cover from the Kurio 7.
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Step 2
Remove the four 30 mm Phillips #00 screws from the outer case.
Remove the four 30 mm Phillips #00 screws from the outer case.
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Step 3
Insert the plastic opening tool in the gap between the front cover and the back cover of the device.
Insert the plastic opening tool in the gap between the front cover and the back cover of the device.
Slide the plastic opening tool around the edge of the device. Gently pry apart the tabs that hold the front cover and the back cover together.
Be careful not to break off the tabs that hold the front cover and the back cover together.
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Step 4
Once all of the tabs are removed, the back cover should come off easily.
Once all of the tabs are removed, the back cover should come off easily.
Gently remove the back cover. There are wires inside that may get caught on the cover while removing it. These wires are soldered to their components and are difficult to reattach.
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Step 5 Kurio 7 Motherboard Removal Guide
Use a plastic credit card, or other thin object, to separate the battery from the screen.
Use a plastic credit card, or other thin object, to separate the battery from the screen.
Be sure to work the card carefully and slowly around in order to not damage, break, or deform the battery.
Carefully set the battery aside.
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Step 6
Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to remove the eight 40mm screws holding the motherboard in place.
Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to remove the eight 40mm screws holding the motherboard in place.
Place the screws aside in a container separate from the other size screws. You will need these later.
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Step 7
Place the plastic opening tool on the base of the black ribbon clip and pull up, like a lever, to release the mount. This should release the clip holding the ribbon to the mount.
Place the plastic opening tool on the base of the black ribbon clip and pull up, like a lever, to release the mount. This should release the clip holding the ribbon to the mount.
Pull the ribbon out of the mount.
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Step 8
There should be masking tape on the yellow ribbon. Pull the tape off of the motherboard and wrap it around the yellow ribbon.
There should be masking tape on the yellow ribbon. Pull the tape off of the motherboard and wrap it around the yellow ribbon.
Do not pull the tape completely off the motherboard, as it is used to protect components on the ribbon.
To remove the ribbon from the mount, follow the same steps in Step 3.
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Step 9
Pull back the ribbons and put the battery near the bottom of the Kurio.
Pull back the ribbons and put the battery near the bottom of the Kurio.
The motherboard is now removed so that other components can be worked on.
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Step 10 Screen
Flip motherboard down near base of device.
Flip motherboard down near base of device.
Be careful not to pull out any wires when moving the motherboard.
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Step 11
This is tricky, and an extra pair of hands may help. Use the opening tool to pry the screen out from underneath the tabs holding it in place.
This is tricky, and an extra pair of hands may help. Use the opening tool to pry the screen out from underneath the tabs holding it in place.
Once you have created some space between the screen and the cover, slide the opening tool under the screen.
Slide the opening tool around the outside of the screen, releasing the tabs as you go along.
Be careful not to pull too ******* the motherboard while doing this, as there are still many wires attached to the body of the device.
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Step 12
You have successfully removed the screen!
Pull the screen out from the casing.
You have successfully removed the screen!

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Since last update for Halloween I cannot open the app. Click on app &"imangi" comes up then goes back to the app screen. I am going to lose my daily challenge


If it were me, I'd shut down the iPad, then try the Halloween I game again. Because I see you only have 16 GB available, you may not have enough room to play many games.

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I am reading a book on my new Aura Kobo ereader, the print is too small, how do I get back to menu to change size of print?


No menu required. Just use two fingers on the screen and slide them apart. Be careful, it's easy to get very big, very quickly.
To get smaller slide two fingers together on the screen.

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Scren lock on a meep


The Meep doesn't have a screen lock option, though many people have installed 3rd party lock programs. If you use those, OSI is unable to assist with their removal or if you lose the password.

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Klu lt7033d touchscreen broke can it be fixed?


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Nexus 7 black screen


I had this and fixed it! I saw the solution on some google group and tried it.

The problem is the battery is disconnected. Pop off the back cover with your fingernails (and rage since you are so upset about your tablet not working)

There is a big silver thing (battery) with 5 or so wires leading into a black plastic plug thing. Push the plug into its port, replace cover, good to go.

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How do i separate the case covers on a gateway m280e


there are numerous screws on the bottom and top some under cover and the keypad, to remove keypad thereare screws under the harddrive i think, but you must remove the memkory and wireless cards as well as the cd drive and you must remove the screen carefully and the wiring for that the keyboard flat wire has a black clip you should lift to release the wire. complcated job just take you time.

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Dismantelling Averatec 3500 series tablet PC


I have this same laptop. It is pretty simple to tear apart. Is there any specific areas you wish to access or did you want to just take it completely apart? If you are going ofr the keyboard ribbon or the touchpad ribbon, just undo the two screws out that are located behind the pivot point of the screen, then open the laptop and remove the small plate. This reveals access to two more screws (2 silver, 2 black). Remove the silver ones not the black ones. The black screws remove the lower shell assembly. Once the silver screws are removed the accessory bezel can be removed. ( the one with the power button and lights)

There are yet two more screws that lock down the keyboard. Remove them and pivot the keyboard toward the touchpad. You can now safely remove the keyboard.

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TC1100 keyboard replacement info


If you are replacing the keyboard component (i.e. the actual keyboard) the process is straightforward. You will need jeweller screwdrivers as the srew (torque and philips are quite small):
1. remove all outside screws on the back of the keyboard
2. as per wkuk above you (thanks!) you will see 4 small covers
3. Pop the covers off with a pin they are lightly glued on
4. Remove the 4 screws (philips head)
5. Turn the keyboard so the keys face the table
6. Separate the case exposing the back of the keyboard
7. There are two screws that need to be removed that hold the keyboard in
8. Remove the tape that holds down the ribbon cables
9. Two ribbon cables attach the the keyboard. Be VERY careful and disconnext the slim one from the existing keyboard. Disconnect the second cable from the keyboard body (as the kew keyboard will plug in there.
10. Remove the keyboard and replace with the new keyboard
11. Reverse the steps above.

The real key is to be careful with the cables. Hold the entire cable firmly as these types of connectors can tear. When you initially slowly remove the cables you will gain some idea of how far the cable goes into the connectors. Although I've done lots of fixes on hardware this was my first time doing my keyboard for my TC1100 and the start to finish was 15-20 minutes. If in doubt, take a phot of the keyboard after you've removed the keyboard.

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