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Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 2 Disassembly

In this guide, I’ll explain how to disassemble Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 to remove and replace the battery, back cover, camera, speakers and motherboard.

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In order to protect the screen, we will disassemble the tablet on the sponge.

Insert the plastic pry bar. Pry up the back cover.
Be careful. There are some snaps fixed the back cover. Please do not damage snaps.

ThinkPad Tablet 2 back cover has been removed.

Now you can access the battery, speaker and motherboard.

Magnesium alloy roll cage.

The back cover is made of plastic alloy.

Disconnect the yellow cable, the cable fixed with glue.

Disconnect the battery power cable and remove the screws securing the battery.

The tablet installed a 3.7v, 30wh Li-polymer battery. Lenovo model: 45N1097, 45N1096.

Here’re the rear camera and LED fill light module

The speakers coming from Haosheng

Touchscreen board

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 motherboard. There are SIM and TF card slot on the motherboard.

Remove the metal shield. You can find the SSD, RAM and CPU chips.

SanDisk 64GB SSD
Elpida 2G ram and Intel Atom z2760 1.8GHz CPU

Elpida and Intel Atom z2760 package together

For more guides, check out the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 device page.
Via it168.com

17 Comments

  1. Hi David,
    I’m using a lenovo thinkpad 2 tablet. Just few days back I accidently damaged my tablets screen. The warranty period has expired and when i contacted Lenovo service center, they asked for very high fee(nearly one third of tablet’s price). Now i have 2 queries for you:
    1. Can you provide a tutorial on how to change lenovo thinkpad 2 LCD Display Panel and Touch Screen.
    2. Can you tell me an online source from where i can buy lenovo thinkpad 2 LCD Display Panel and Touch Screen.

    Thanks

  2. Hi Everyone,

    I need critical help!
    I got the LTE version of ThinkPad 2 (64Gb, 32 bit) from another seller. It appears that he or she attempted to upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 10. It was apparently unsuccessful. I have been trying to install a fresh copy of either Windows 8 or Windows 10 from USB. I was able to make a UEFI bootable USB and also image the Windows 8.1 ISO into it. I successfully booted and went thru the first couple of screens and came to screen that displays the hard drive and partition configuration.But every drive and partition, there is a message displayed “Windows can’t be installed on drive 0 partition n (” and clicking on it shows a dialog box with “We couldn’t install Windows in the location you chose. Please check your media drive. Here’s more info about what happened 0x80300001”. I deleted all partitions and created new ones and formatted them. But it still shows the 0x80300001.

    I understand TPT2 has an eeprom hard disk. How and where can I get the drivers for this eeprom SSD HDD? I am in quite a spot πŸ™

    Thanks

      1. Dear David,
        please send me your price with include shipment because Lenovo , can not sale me a that part . They are only working with licensed repair centres .
        Thank you in advance.
        BR
        Monika

  3. Please how do I get the part and replace the microUSB charging port on my Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 2? I opened the device and saw that charging port is integrated into a narrow board held down by 3 screws.

  4. Hi
    I could not charge my tablet without any damage, is it the problem with the battery or ??
    If the battery, how can I buy it, and what is the price?
    Thanks

  5. Hello, thank you for your support here.
    I have broken charger board, the board that support USD and HDMI
    And Can not find where to buy it.
    Could you help me here, please?
    Thank you

  6. Hi, i have damage microusb connector, i cant buy it in Ukraine. I need a schematic diagram of hdmi usb board tab2, for repaire it this my microscope. Thank you.

  7. Hi am Eric from Ghana, I have a problem with ma Lenovo ThinkPad tablet, and that is it’s changing cable on the motherboard is damage, where can I get the part to buy

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