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Introduction

Circuit boards may require replacement after consistent use. This guide will show how to remove the circuit board.

Parts

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  1. Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 6mm screw.
    • Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 6mm screw.

  2. Twist the light grey plastic until the holes align with the blockers.
    • Twist the light grey plastic until the holes align with the blockers.

    • Remove the light grey plastic cover.

  3. Remove the power cord from the slot it is inserted in.
    • Remove the power cord from the slot it is inserted in.

  4. Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 22mm screw connected to the black wire.
    • Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 22mm screw connected to the black wire.

  5. Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 8mm screw and it's washer from the red wire.
    • Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 8mm screw and it's washer from the red wire.

  6. Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 8mm screw and it's washer from the blue wire.
    • Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 8mm screw and it's washer from the blue wire.

  7. Pinch the small white component connected to the circuit board.
    • Pinch the small white component connected to the circuit board.

    • Once pinched, wiggle this component until it is disconnected.

  8. Pinch the red component connected to the circuit board.
    • Pinch the red component connected to the circuit board.

    • Once pinched, wiggle this component until it is disconnected.

  9. Wiggle the wide white component until it is removed from the circuit board.
    • Wiggle the wide white component until it is removed from the circuit board.

  10. Use a J1 head screwdriver to remove the 8mm screws from both sides of the circuit board.
    • Use a J1 head screwdriver to remove the 8mm screws from both sides of the circuit board.

  11. Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove both 15mm screws from either side of the circuit board, indicated in the picture.
    • Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove both 15mm screws from either side of the circuit board, indicated in the picture.

  12. Position the pressure cooker so that the circuit board is farther from you then the black, red, and blue wire connections.
    • Position the pressure cooker so that the circuit board is farther from you then the black, red, and blue wire connections.

    • To the right of the board, use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 6mm screw.

  13. Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 6mm screw behind and to the right of the circuit board tray.
    • Use a Phillips head #2 screwdriver to remove the 6mm screw behind and to the right of the circuit board tray.

  14. Remove and replace the circuit board.
    • Remove and replace the circuit board.

Conclusion

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

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5 Comments

Where do you purchase the circuit board

Douglas Koons - Reply

Hi, thanks for the guide. Where could I purchase the circuit board?

Anthea - Reply

Please, Where can I buy the electrical circuit?

Mohammed - Reply

why is my circuit board not fixed to the top like in the diagram

david stanley - Reply

where can I purchase the circuit board

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