Broke my eReader by sitting on it; butt's too big, lol. The board seems intact, and system logging shows it going to storage mode when I plug it in so I felt good about ordering a replacement screen. Looking at the PCB, it has like two ribbon cables that are quite simple to detach and six standard screws holding it down. Will probably do a tear-down and repair video and post it to iFixIt. It's a very handy reader—only just not when you plop down on it, lol.
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