Introduction

This guide will require you to disassemble the rear and side panels of the printer in order to access the circuit board.

Remove the hinged top panel by taking the small pins at the bottom of the panel out of their holes. Remove the hinged top panel by taking the small pins at the bottom of the panel out of their holes. Remove the hinged top panel by taking the small pins at the bottom of the panel out of their holes.
  • Remove the hinged top panel by taking the small pins at the bottom of the panel out of their holes.

Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the four 1" long, Phillips, PH#2  screws on the back of the printer.
  • Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the four 1" long, Phillips, PH#2 screws on the back of the printer.

Gently lift the top panel while simultaneously pulling off the back panel. Before pulling out the back panel entirely, make sure to remove the rear cooling fan from its slot. Before pulling out the back panel entirely, make sure to remove the rear cooling fan from its slot.
  • Gently lift the top panel while simultaneously pulling off the back panel.

  • Before pulling out the back panel entirely, make sure to remove the rear cooling fan from its slot.

Remove the front panel by gently moving the holes on the panel from the pegs attached to the main printer body one at a time. Be sure to remove the entire front panel and not just the flap on the paper tray. Remove the front panel by gently moving the holes on the panel from the pegs attached to the main printer body one at a time. Be sure to remove the entire front panel and not just the flap on the paper tray. Remove the front panel by gently moving the holes on the panel from the pegs attached to the main printer body one at a time. Be sure to remove the entire front panel and not just the flap on the paper tray.
  • Remove the front panel by gently moving the holes on the panel from the pegs attached to the main printer body one at a time. Be sure to remove the entire front panel and not just the flap on the paper tray.

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Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the two, 1", Phillips, PH#2 screws on the front face of the printer.
  • Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the two, 1", Phillips, PH#2 screws on the front face of the printer.

Using a plastic opening tool, gently lift one side of the top panel from its peg. Repeat the process for the other side. Lift the top panel from the front to remove it entirely.
  • Using a plastic opening tool, gently lift one side of the top panel from its peg.

  • Repeat the process for the other side.

  • Lift the top panel from the front to remove it entirely.

Lift the right side panel up from the raised stops. Gently rotate the panel as indicated in the picture to remove the panel entirely. Gently rotate the panel as indicated in the picture to remove the panel entirely.
  • Lift the right side panel up from the raised stops.

  • Gently rotate the panel as indicated in the picture to remove the panel entirely.

Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the four, 1", Phillips, PH#2 screws attaching the gray plate to the printer.
  • Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the four, 1", Phillips, PH#2 screws attaching the gray plate to the printer.

  • Remove the plastic cover gently by sliding it under the silver hinges on the right.

Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the, 1", Phillips, PH#2 screw attaching the circuit board to the printer.
  • Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the, 1", Phillips, PH#2 screw attaching the circuit board to the printer.

Turn over the circuit board to access main wiring. Gently unplug the wiring from the circuit board.
  • Turn over the circuit board to access main wiring.

  • Gently unplug the wiring from the circuit board.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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