KEYone screen is easy to replace :: the battery not so much

by Volker Weber

The screen on the KEYone is very easy to replace, as Jerry show in this video. As he has shown in a different video before, it either comes off almost by itself, or you have to use brute force to remove it. But once it is out, you just have to remove the backplate, unfasten a few screws and replace one ribbon cable. The part itself isn't too expensive either. You also get an idea on how to fix a screen that falls out, after the warranty runs out.

The battery however is glued in with a large piece of adhesive and almost impossible to get out. Bending or puncturing the battery can quickly lead to a substantial fire.

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