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Обучение ремонту

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  1. It's a mile easier than any other Surface device.
    • It's a mile easier than any other Surface device.

  2. From the bottom, carefully pry up the rubber feet on all 4 corners.
    • From the bottom, carefully pry up the rubber feet on all 4 corners.

  3. Using a T5 screwdriver remove the 4 screws on each corner.
    • Using a T5 screwdriver remove the 4 screws on each corner.

  4. Make sure the device is completely turned off before proceeding.
    • Make sure the device is completely turned off before proceeding.

  5. With the screen open, lift the keyboard out. It doesn't take much force as the part is only held in with magnets once the screws are removed.
    • With the screen open, lift the keyboard out. It doesn't take much force as the part is only held in with magnets once the screws are removed.

  6. Invert the keyboard on itself and remove the unshielded keyboard assembly connector. Invert the keyboard on itself and remove the unshielded keyboard assembly connector.
    • Invert the keyboard on itself and remove the unshielded keyboard assembly connector.

  7. Remove the clip-on shields for the display assembly. Remove the clip-on shields for the display assembly. Remove the clip-on shields for the display assembly.
    • Remove the clip-on shields for the display assembly.

  8. Unclip the connectors. They are pretty tight so I'd suggest using a spudger or 2.
    • Unclip the connectors. They are pretty tight so I'd suggest using a spudger or 2.

  9. Using a T6 screwdriver, remove the 6 screws holding in the display. Using a T6 screwdriver, remove the 6 screws holding in the display.
    • Using a T6 screwdriver, remove the 6 screws holding in the display.

  10. Lay the display on a heating pad being careful of the connectors. A heat gun would work too. I used 60 Degrees C for around 15 minutes.
    • Lay the display on a heating pad being careful of the connectors. A heat gun would work too.

    • I used 60 Degrees C for around 15 minutes.

  11. Use a metal card to get in between the glass and the housing. Swap to a plastic card to cut through the rest of the adhesive. Use a metal card to get in between the glass and the housing. Swap to a plastic card to cut through the rest of the adhesive.
    • Use a metal card to get in between the glass and the housing. Swap to a plastic card to cut through the rest of the adhesive.

  12. Watch out for the Sensors up the top. If you damage these the device will fail to turn on. It basically bricks completely without the sensors.
    • Watch out for the Sensors up the top. If you damage these the device will fail to turn on. It basically bricks completely without the sensors.

  13. Heat up the bottom of the display and horizontally pull the screen out. Try to leave the bottom adhesive intact as we are going to be using this later. Heat up the bottom of the display and horizontally pull the screen out. Try to leave the bottom adhesive intact as we are going to be using this later.
    • Heat up the bottom of the display and horizontally pull the screen out. Try to leave the bottom adhesive intact as we are going to be using this later.

  14. Remove one side of the plastic bar holding the cables in place. Slide the display out leaving the plastic bar intact. Remove one side of the plastic bar holding the cables in place. Slide the display out leaving the plastic bar intact. Remove one side of the plastic bar holding the cables in place. Slide the display out leaving the plastic bar intact.
    • Remove one side of the plastic bar holding the cables in place. Slide the display out leaving the plastic bar intact.

  15. Screen off. Time to move on.
    • Screen off. Time to move on.

  16. Remove the snap-on shield and cable. We will need this later. Remove the snap-on shield and cable. We will need this later.
    • Remove the snap-on shield and cable. We will need this later.

  17. CAREFULLY loosen the sensor cable on the back of the display. CAREFULLY loosen the sensor cable on the back of the display.
    • CAREFULLY loosen the sensor cable on the back of the display.

  18. Heat the area around the sensors from the front. The adhesive here isn't very strong so you don't need loads of heat. Heat the area around the sensors from the front. The adhesive here isn't very strong so you don't need loads of heat. Heat the area around the sensors from the front. The adhesive here isn't very strong so you don't need loads of heat.
    • Heat the area around the sensors from the front. The adhesive here isn't very strong so you don't need loads of heat.

  19. Remove the old adhesive and make sure it's clean. You really don't want to be removing this screen once it's set down. Remove the old adhesive and make sure it's clean. You really don't want to be removing this screen once it's set down. Remove the old adhesive and make sure it's clean. You really don't want to be removing this screen once it's set down.
    • Remove the old adhesive and make sure it's clean. You really don't want to be removing this screen once it's set down.

  20. Install the new adhesive. Remove any large clumps on the bottom. We left the old stuff down there as it's a bit awkward to get to cleaning and reapplying-wise. Install the new adhesive. Remove any large clumps on the bottom. We left the old stuff down there as it's a bit awkward to get to cleaning and reapplying-wise.
    • Install the new adhesive. Remove any large clumps on the bottom. We left the old stuff down there as it's a bit awkward to get to cleaning and reapplying-wise.

  21. Test the new screen. Make sure you connect the sensors or it won't start or respond at all.
    • Test the new screen. Make sure you connect the sensors or it won't start or respond at all.

  22. Slide the cable back under the plastic bar and set it back in place. Lightly pull the cables to make sure there's no slack internally. Slide the cable back under the plastic bar and set it back in place. Lightly pull the cables to make sure there's no slack internally.
    • Slide the cable back under the plastic bar and set it back in place. Lightly pull the cables to make sure there's no slack internally.

  23. Remove the plastic layer on top of your adhesive and set the screen into the housing. You need to push the screen in quite a bit at the bottom to make it sit correctly.
    • Remove the plastic layer on top of your adhesive and set the screen into the housing. You need to push the screen in quite a bit at the bottom to make it sit correctly.

  24. Place the assembly in then screw it in. Connect the cables and replace the shields. Place the assembly in then screw it in. Connect the cables and replace the shields. Place the assembly in then screw it in. Connect the cables and replace the shields.
    • Place the assembly in then screw it in. Connect the cables and replace the shields.

  25. Install the screws and feet and you're done!
    • Install the screws and feet and you're done!

Заключение

Let me know how you got on. I think we can all agree this was much easier than a Book 1… lot less nerve-racking too.

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Real very helpful and very nicely explained

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