Introduction

This guide will walk you through how to replace the whole circuit board on the NetCam.

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  • Use a wrench to loosen up the stand from the back in order to hold the NetCam more comfortably.

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  • Work a plastic opening tool into the seam and pry the face plate away from the back panel.

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Image 1/2: When pulling the device apart, separate from the bottom up in order to avoid pulling the wiring at the top apart. Image 2/2: When pulling the device apart, separate from the bottom up in order to avoid pulling the wiring at the top apart.
  • Use pressure to separate the covers.

  • When pulling the device apart, separate from the bottom up in order to avoid pulling the wiring at the top apart.

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Image 1/2: Use your fingers to pull out the white attachment from the tan port on the front of the board a little. Image 2/2: Use your fingers to pull out the white attachment from the tan port on the front of the board a little.
  • Use tweezers to gently pull out the white attachment from the port.

  • Use your fingers to pull out the white attachment from the tan port on the front of the board a little.

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Image 1/2: If the rubber guard comes off with the mic just remove the guard from mic and place back on the front cover. Image 2/2: If the rubber guard comes off with the mic just remove the guard from mic and place back on the front cover.
  • Use a pair of tweezers to wedge between the mic and the rubber guard to remove the mic from the front cover.

  • If the rubber guard comes off with the mic just remove the guard from mic and place back on the front cover.

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  • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to take out the two 1.2 mm screws on the board.

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Image 1/3: When pulling the board up be sure to do so carefully so you do not break the cord which is attached on the back side. Image 2/3: When pulling the board up be sure to do so carefully so you do not break the cord which is attached on the back side. Image 3/3: When pulling the board up be sure to do so carefully so you do not break the cord which is attached on the back side.
  • With your fingers, pull the circuit board out of the back casing.

  • When pulling the board up be sure to do so carefully so you do not break the cord which is attached on the back side.

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  • Gently pull the speaker out of the holder from the back of the cover.

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  • The speaker wires are attached with the board. It can be unattached gently by pulling out the white attachment from the port.

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Image 1/2: Fold down the tape with your finger. Image 2/2: With the Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 1.2 mm screws.
  • Flip the circuit board to the back side.

  • Fold down the tape with your finger.

  • With the Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 1.2 mm screws.

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Image 1/2: Unscrew the screw with a Phillips #0 screw driver. Image 2/2: Unscrew the screw with a Phillips #0 screw driver.
  • Flip the circuit board back to the other side.

  • Unscrew the screw with a Phillips #0 screw driver.

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  • Slide the attached piece from the lens holder device.

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Image 1/2: Then, take your fingers and gently pull the white attachment out from the tan port. Image 2/2: Then, take your fingers and gently pull the white attachment out from the tan port.
  • Use the tweezers to pull the white attachment out from the port a little.

  • Then, take your fingers and gently pull the white attachment out from the tan port.

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  • On the back of the board pull the switch slowly upward to take it off.

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Conclusion

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

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