This is an official take-apart guide for the Kindle Touch with model number D01200.


3 months ago
@jim - You don't have to worry about that. There are just a couple volts running in there, not enough to damage anything. You just open the back and remove the battery, that's it.


5 months ago
Followed the video until the part where I had access to the connector for the power button in the back of the device. Used iso to clean contacts. Now power button works like a charm.


5 months ago
yeah this thing didn't work did exactly what you said! thanks for breaking my kindle!!


5 months ago
@Jane - if your power button was broken how did you power it off to do the take apart?


8 months ago
Taking it apart and putting it back together actually fixed my broken power button. My kindle touch works now! Video was very detailed and easy to follow.


1 year ago
Dropped my Kindle for the nth time, and this time it didn't recover. Using this video, I removed the battery and was able to figure out that the battery wasn't the problem. Deduced that it was a problem with the power button, so followed the steps to get down to the power button, wiggled the frame around a little, and now it's working! Thanks! Didn't have to remove the 3G assembly or the battery for my particular fix.

A tom

1 year ago
I dropped my kindle and neither the power or home buttons would work. I went through disassembling my kindle through the various stages, cleaning connections along the way. Nothing seemed to work until I unplugged the display cable from the motherboard (which I forgot to plug back in until I got to the last step of re-assembling). Unfortunately, that step removed all the categories and folders I had created for my massive library, but I suppose that's a small price to pay for a functioning Kindle. Thanks for the video tutorial! A+


1 year ago
@NerdBoy - do you have to buy a new motherboard and display after you separate the wires?
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