Cracked your Kindle screen? Not to worry; with just a few tools and a bit of care, you can replace the screen yourself. First, browse the numerous Kindle replacement screens found on eBay to find the right one for your model. Be very careful when handling your new screen; it is extremely delicate without the protection of the Kindle case. Using a spudger, pry around the edge where the front and back pieces meet until they separate. Unscrew the screws and remove the battery. Disconnect all cables and wires, some of which are held down with a lock bar. Unscrew the ground piece and 3G card, and then remove them. Unscrew and remove the logic board. Remove the midboard—the speakers will stay attached, but the keyboard, volume knobs, and power switch may fall out. Now you’ve uncovered the broken screen. Take it out and gently insert your Kindle replacement screen. Then replace all parts in reverse order, being careful not to lose anything, forget to reconnect wires, or screw too tightly. Good job! Enjoy your new screen.