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EM500 replace touchscreen

Does anyone know if if the touchscreen for a Casio EM500 can be easily replaced by a non techie?

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They are in fact very easy to replace if you: 1. Are very careful not to damage the other parts 2. Can find a replacement Understand that the screen is actually two different components, first there is the digitizer which is the part that senses your touching the stylus part. It is a clear glass plate that sits in front of the color lcd unit (the other part). If only the glass is broken, then replacing the digitizer is a cinch. If I remember correctly, the digitizer on the EM-500 is the same as the digitizer as on an E-125. You'll have to check to be sure though. Anyway, it is not too hard, just needs steady, careful hands...and it helps to have a little experience taking these things apart...

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