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Introduction

The plug ports are soldered onto the circuit board, so this is more of a circuit board replacement. Be careful when handling electronic circuit boards to avoid damaging the components and to avoid electric shock.

Parts

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  1. Remove the two 13 mm screws located on the back of the printer using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit (star-shaped). Remove the two 13 mm screws located on the back of the printer using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit (star-shaped). Remove the two 13 mm screws located on the back of the printer using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit (star-shaped).
    • Remove the two 13 mm screws located on the back of the printer using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit (star-shaped).

  2. In the front of the printer, open the tray where the paper comes out and remove the two 13 mm screws located under the top of the printer. In the front of the printer, open the tray where the paper comes out and remove the two 13 mm screws located under the top of the printer. In the front of the printer, open the tray where the paper comes out and remove the two 13 mm screws located under the top of the printer.
    • In the front of the printer, open the tray where the paper comes out and remove the two 13 mm screws located under the top of the printer.

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  4. With the front of the printer facing you, lift and raise the left side of the panel (like opening a book in reverse) until it disconnects from the clip on the right side of the panel.
    • With the front of the printer facing you, lift and raise the left side of the panel (like opening a book in reverse) until it disconnects from the clip on the right side of the panel.

  5. Locate and remove the two flat ribbon connectors which connect the circuit board to the other printer components. Remove each connector using tweezers if it is too difficult to remove them by hand. Remove each connector using tweezers if it is too difficult to remove them by hand.
    • Locate and remove the two flat ribbon connectors which connect the circuit board to the other printer components.

    • Remove each connector using tweezers if it is too difficult to remove them by hand.

  6. Locate and remove the three multicolored wire connectors which connect the circuit board to the other printer components. Remove each connector by hand, as shown. You can use tweezers if it is too difficult to remove them by hand.
    • Locate and remove the three multicolored wire connectors which connect the circuit board to the other printer components.

    • Remove each connector by hand, as shown. You can use tweezers if it is too difficult to remove them by hand.

  7. Remove the top two 13mm screws using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit. Remove the bottom 9mm screw using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit, and remove the plug port circuit board. Remove the bottom 9mm screw using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit, and remove the plug port circuit board.
    • Remove the top two 13mm screws using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit.

    • Remove the bottom 9mm screw using a screwdriver with the T10 torx bit, and remove the plug port circuit board.

Conclusion

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

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