Video Guide – How to Dissemble a Viewsonic Gtab
By admin On 19 Sep, 2011 At 10:21 PM | Categorized As Tablet Tear Down Videos | With 6 Comments

Macktion aka Andrew of teaches you how to dissemble your Viewsonic GTab.  Andrew makes these wonderful how-to videos using broken tablets that are sent to him by community members as donations or repair requests.  If you have a broken tablet and you would like to see it featured in a video and possibly repaired, send Andrew a PM for details on return shipping & obtaining parts.


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  1. Dan Kessler says:

    This is really a question and comment to Andrew regarding G Tablets. The teardown video is great, thanks. Your videos are probably the best I’ve seen. My question is, where did you get the glass for the G Tablet? I have been searching for some time with no good results.

  2. Macktion says:

    For anyone wishing to know how the search for replacement glass has gone, I have chronicled the saga here:

  3. I have the G-tablet, I hadnt used it several months after it stop taking a charge though its charger port. Even before that the table would not produce sound. I found that headphone port was the cause. (I can fiddle with a headphone plug and get inconsistant output). Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

  4. Ron Klein says:

    Macktion & Andrew,

    Your videos are fantastic. It’s always a little intimidating to attempt to disassemble one of our electronic toys, especially if it’s a first time scenario. Your videos not only provide the technical steps needed to accomplish the task properly, but they also help us get past that initial “lack of confidence” barrier that stops most of us dead in the water. Thanks again for taking the time to create these videos, and providing a one-stop resource for the multitude of roms available for optimizing the performance of our tablets. Great job, guys.

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