The folks at DirectFix.com have a teardown video on YouTube for the Kindle Fire. (Yes, another one.) If you’ve ever wanted to see the guts of a Fire (or the BlackBerry PlayBook, for that matter), check it out. They’ll also show you how to replace the screen and other components if you ever need to.
The process looks very involved — not for the faint of heart. However, if you’re a big tinkerer or DIYer, it provides a roadmap, at least.
You’ll need some tools, such as a case remover and a small Philips head screwdriver. Have fun!
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