Image 1/1: Remove the 3 front panel screws on the bottom of the device.
  • Disconnect the DC 6V IN power cable from the device.

  • Remove the 3 front panel screws on the bottom of the device.

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  • Carefully pry off the front panel of the device.

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  • Pop off the front two rubber footings from the bottom of the device, revealing 2 hidden main panel screws.

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  • Unscrew the remaining 7 screws from the bottom of the device.

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Image 1/1: Remove the lid of the device.
  • Position the device so that its bottom is on your work surface, and its top is facing up.

  • Remove the lid of the device.

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  • Remove all 6 screws from the circuit board.

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Image 1/2: Detach the black wires from the casing, by pulling them out of the cable ports. Image 2/2: Using pliers or a similar tool, detach the red wires from the small circuit board that is attached to the case of the device.
  • Now the circuit board should be able to be removed from the casing of the device except for two wires that are attached to the casing.

  • Detach the black wires from the casing, by pulling them out of the cable ports.

  • Using pliers or a similar tool, detach the red wires from the small circuit board that is attached to the case of the device.

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Image 1/2: Push the two black wire's ends into the cable ports on the back panel of the casing. Image 2/2: Solder the ends of the two red wires onto the small circuit board on the front panel of the device.
  • Now it's time to replace the old circuit board with the new one.

  • Push the two black wire's ends into the cable ports on the back panel of the casing.

  • Solder the ends of the two red wires onto the small circuit board on the front panel of the device.

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  • Correctly place the circuit board back into the case of the device and replace all 6 screws on the circuit board.

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Image 1/1: Now replace all the screws on the bottom and you are done!
  • Snap the front and back panels back into place and reassemble the device.

  • Now replace all the screws on the bottom and you are done!

  • If you want to put the rubber footies back on, try gluing them.

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Conclusion

The device should now be working properly. If the device does not function properly the replacement motherboard may be faulty, or the wires may not have been properly connected.

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