1. Press the oval shaped button on the lower back of the remote to release the battery cover.
    • Press the oval shaped button on the lower back of the remote to release the battery cover.

    • While pressing the button, remove the cover.

  2. Push the battery in, pull it up, and slide it out.
    • Push the battery in, pull it up, and slide it out.

    • Using tweezers, peel off the sticker located under the battery cover to reveal two screws.

    • Locate and unscrew the four 50mm screws using the Philips #0 screwdriver.

    • Use a credit card to pry the black, plastic, back cover off of the device.

    • You may need to get the process started with a metal prying tool before you start using the credit card.

    • Locate the three 50mm screws on the back of the remote and remove them using the Phillips #0 screwdriver.

    • Pry the black, front face of the remote from the back silver part by inserting a credit card in between and sliding down.

    • Again, you may need to use a metal prying tool to get the separation started.

    • When you look at the circuit board, you should see a ribbon attaching the board to the plastic casing.

    • A little lever is holding the ribbon in place. Lift the lever with your nail or a 2.5mm flat-head screwdriver. Move the ribbon away from the circuit board.

    • Using the Philips #0 screwdriver, remove the three 50mm screws from the circuit board.

    • Using your hands, carefully separate the motherboard from the rest of the remote.

Conclusion

To reassemble, follow the steps in reverse order.

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