Introduction

In this guide we will show you a step-by-step replacement guide for the Motherboard. You want to be careful when unplugging the speakers and battery from the board itself in order to not damage any of the wires.

The motherboard contains the following components:

Power Switch

Bluetooth sensor

Auxiliary port

Charging Port

Using Blue Plastic opening tool pry the top rubber cover, then using the same tool remove the bottom panel Using Blue Plastic opening tool pry the top rubber cover, then using the same tool remove the bottom panel
  • Using Blue Plastic opening tool pry the top rubber cover, then using the same tool remove the bottom panel

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There are four prongs on the grill in the corners, closest to the power button switch. Use the plastic opening tool to release all four prongs from the panel, and then slide the plastic opening tool along the edge of the grill to allow it to easily slide off. There are four prongs on the grill in the corners, closest to the power button switch. Use the plastic opening tool to release all four prongs from the panel, and then slide the plastic opening tool along the edge of the grill to allow it to easily slide off. There are four prongs on the grill in the corners, closest to the power button switch. Use the plastic opening tool to release all four prongs from the panel, and then slide the plastic opening tool along the edge of the grill to allow it to easily slide off.
  • There are four prongs on the grill in the corners, closest to the power button switch. Use the plastic opening tool to release all four prongs from the panel, and then slide the plastic opening tool along the edge of the grill to allow it to easily slide off.

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On the back panel (Opposite to the side containing the two speakers), Use the Philips head PH1 to remove all 7 screws (Screws: Head PH1 , Length 7cm). On the back panel (Opposite to the side containing the two speakers), Use the Philips head PH1 to remove all 7 screws (Screws: Head PH1 , Length 7cm).
  • On the back panel (Opposite to the side containing the two speakers), Use the Philips head PH1 to remove all 7 screws (Screws: Head PH1 , Length 7cm).

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Pull apart the two faces to separate the back panel from the front face plate. Pull apart the two faces to separate the back panel from the front face plate.
  • Pull apart the two faces to separate the back panel from the front face plate.

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Remove the single screw holding the motherboard to the front panel (Screw : Head PH1, Size .5 cm) Remove the single screw holding the motherboard to the front panel (Screw : Head PH1, Size .5 cm)
  • Remove the single screw holding the motherboard to the front panel (Screw : Head PH1, Size .5 cm)

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Using your fingers gently pry the motherboard loose from the black insulant adhesive
  • Using your fingers gently pry the motherboard loose from the black insulant adhesive

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Disconnect the Button Panel plug (Largest of the Plugs, it can be traced back to the button panel easily)
  • Disconnect the Button Panel plug (Largest of the Plugs, it can be traced back to the button panel easily)

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Use the tweezers to push down on the safety prongs on the plastic switch. Then Disconnect the Power Wire plug by hand (Red medium),
  • Use the tweezers to push down on the safety prongs on the plastic switch. Then Disconnect the Power Wire plug by hand (Red medium),

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Use the tweezers to push down on the two safety prongs on the plastic switch. Then Disconnect the two Speaker plug connections by hand (Two Smaller Plugs)
  • Use the tweezers to push down on the two safety prongs on the plastic switch. Then Disconnect the two Speaker plug connections by hand (Two Smaller Plugs)

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The Motherboard is now free from the speaker assembly The Motherboard is now free from the speaker assembly
  • The Motherboard is now free from the speaker assembly

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Conclusion

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

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7 Comments

Where can I buy a replacement DKnight MagicBox II Motherboard ?

Francis Garvey - Reply

My Charge Port is not working, do I need to replace the Motherboard or is there a fix for the charge port? Verified that the cable is good. It use to work if I wiggled and applied pressure to one side. Verified port is clean.

Michael Stills - Reply

Where do you get the replacement motherboard?!

Tracie Yang - Reply

I did the steps and the power still won't turn on. The blue light will turn on for a blink then nothing

rachelharris0528 - Reply

mine is doing same thing. DKnight said they wont do anything because i bought it off Ebay and not Amazon.

Peter Tavella -

I was shipped a broken item and already disassembled the motherboard but I cannot find a replacement motherboard anywhere online. Did anyone manage to find one?

Cao Light (Caolite) - Reply

Where do you get the replacement motherboard?!

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