Time is Colour

repair guide

Replacing the Screen

Step 1

Remove Case

Remove the 4 screws on the back of the case and gently separate the internals from the box.

step 2

Disconnect Power

Remove the female header socket from the Raspberry Pi4 GPIO pins to disconnect power cable.

Step 4

Disconnect Raspberry Pi4

Remove the 4 screws and 2 adapters (HDMI & USB) that connect the Raspberry Pi4 to the touch screen.

Step 5

Replace Screen

Replace the screen and put everything back together in the reverse order.

Step 6

Connect Power

Ensure that the power cable is connected to the GPIO pins in the exact manner as depicted in the image.

Replacing the Raspberry Pi

Step 1

Swap SD Card

Observe the instructions outlined above, but instead of swapping out the screen, replace the Raspberry Pi 4B 2GB and switch the SD card.

Step 2

Obtain License

Reach out to NAP Labs and provide them with your machine ID in order to acquire a new license. The machine ID is presented on screen after boot.