Introduction

The motherboard housed within the Asus ZenWatch 2 serves as the primary root of function for the entire device. It connects many of the hardware components and allows the installed software to function properly. Any damage sustained to the part will likely result in the device's inability to operate as intended. If damage to the motherboard occurs, replacing it is a simple process involving only a few tools.

Remove the four 3.5mm screws using a T5 screwdriver to open the faceplate.
  • Remove the four 3.5mm screws using a T5 screwdriver to open the faceplate.

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Remove the two 1.8mm silver screws using the PH00 screwdriver. Remove the two 1.8mm silver screws using the PH00 screwdriver.
  • Remove the two 1.8mm silver screws using the PH00 screwdriver.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Slide the spudger under the gold-plated connection ribbon and lift to disconnect from the motherboard. Slide the spudger under the gold-plated connection ribbon and lift to disconnect from the motherboard.
  • Slide the spudger under the gold-plated connection ribbon and lift to disconnect from the motherboard.

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Pull up on the motherboard using tweezers to detach it from the watch. Pull up on the motherboard using tweezers to detach it from the watch.
  • Pull up on the motherboard using tweezers to detach it from the watch.

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Conclusion

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

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Step 3 requires three different connectors to be removed from the mainboard. Not one. Attempting to remove the mainboard after only disconnecting the gold-plated connector can result in damaged digitizer/display cable.

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