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Este teardown (desmontagem analítica) não é um guia de reparo. Para reparar seu/sua Flipper Zero, use o nosso manual de serviço.

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    • Do not use alcohol or alcohol containing cleaners, tissues, whipes, or sanitizers on the screen protector glass! It can permanently damage the screen protector glass

    • The top shell, the IR cover and the screen protector glass are one solid part and can't be disassembled

    • Long screw size 1.8 x 8 mm

    • Short screw size 1.8 x 4.5 mm

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    • Eject the microSD card by pressing it with your fingernail

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    • Unscrew four long screws with PH0 screwdriver

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    • To remove the back cover you need to release the latches by pressing the middle of the top cover on both sides, one by one. After releasing the latches, you can remove the bottom cover

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    • The board with the NFC antenna is glued to the bottom cover of the case with adhesive tape. To remove the board, it is necessary to gently pry one of the edges of the board with a plastic pick to peel off the adhesive tape

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    • Gently pull out the rest of the board

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    • Unscrew two short screws with PH0 screwdriver to get the chassis with components out of the top cover

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    • Take the chassis out of the case

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    • Disconnect the battery by prying the connector with a flat screwdriver and pulling it out

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    • Disconnect the flat cables from the board. Use a plastic pick to lift the latches up to open the locks

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    • Pull the flat cables out

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    • Unscrew the short screw with a PH0 screwdriver to remove iButton board

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    • Remove the iButton board

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    • To disconnect the flat cable from the iButton board, use a flat screwdriver to open the lock by pulling the latch up

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    • Pull the flat cable out

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    • Release battery chassis by lightly rocking it

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    • To remove the NFC RFID board, release it from the latches in the sequence shown

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    • Release the board from the latches by pressing on the edge of the chassis near the specific latch in the specified sequence

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    • Take out the vibration motor

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    • To remove the lace mount unscrew the short screw with a PH0 screwdriver

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    • Remove the lace mount from the chassis

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    • The battery is glued with double-sided tape. Gently peel the battery off the chassis with a plastic pick

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    • Remove the battery from the chassis

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    • Disconnect the flat cable from the board. Lift the latch up with a plastic pick to open the lock

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    • Pull the flat cable out

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    • To remove the chassis containing the buttons, unscrew two short screws with a PH0 screwdriver

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    • To disconnect the button chassis and the board, press the latch on the side shown below

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    • Remove the button chassis

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    • Remove the screen. Use a plastic pick to lift the latch up to open the cable lock

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    • Remove the cable from the board

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    • To remove the screen you need to desolder two contacts

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    • To remove the buttons you need to release the latches. The central button (OK) is removed after the navigation button (joystick)

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    • Release the latches with a flat screwdriver. You need to be careful with the springs under the buttons

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    • To release the light guide from the chassis, use a flat screwdriver

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    • Pull the light guide out from the inside of the chassis

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I'd say, that long screws requires PH1 screwdriver.

Evge Key - Responder

Agree with Evge, when I read "PH0" I picked mine but they wouldn't quite fit. I had to use a PH1 (1.2 to be exact, according to toolset casing) to be able to unscrew the chasis and get to the battery (I had to only remove and plug back the battery cable to fix my problem)

João Ciocca - Responder

Careful with those screws. They are not great quality and strip easily.

andy cooper - Responder

Do you know what kind of these screws are?

Gugo - Responder

Second that about the screws being low quality. Also, if your FZ battery decides it doesn't like you anymore (it shows some 50%ish max), open it (steps 1-4), disconnect it (steps 7-9), and reconnect the battery. And it seems to be something that's gonna be routine, because it happened back in October and again now in December.
When disassembling this time I checked the screws better, and it seems a 2.0 phillips is the best fit for the long screws.

João Ciocca - Responder

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