Introduction

Replace the motherboard if experiencing sound and power problems.

For this project you may need a can of compressed air to clean the insides of the projector. You may also want safety goggles.

  1. Flip the projector on its back.
    • Flip the projector on its back.

    • Use the Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the (4) four 2 cm gold screws.

    • Use the Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the (3) three 1 cm silver screws.

  2. Turn the projector, facing the back cable board towards you.
    • Turn the projector, facing the back cable board towards you.

    • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the (3) three 1.0 cm silver screws on the back panel.

    • Gently take off back cable panel.

    • Turn the projector so the front side with the lens is facing you.

    • Gently pry the both of the grey lens rings using the metal spudger.

    • Now that the screws have been removed, proceed with the removal of the outer panel.

    • Gently remove the front lens panel.

    • Be forewarned, the panel will resist. Be careful not to break the lens.

    • Being careful not to pull the wires inside the projector, gently lift the top panel off the projector.

    • Rest the lid behind the projector so the insides are exposed and undamaged.

    • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the (4) four 1.5 cm screws on each of the four corners of the motherboard cover.

    • Remove the white tab connected to the light bulb.

    • Gently pull the white tab on the right side of the silver power housing by pinching each side of it.

    • Pinch the two black tabs on the inside of the cover to remove.

    • Gently pull on the long white tab to remove it.

Conclusion

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

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