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Image 1/3: Use spudger to separate front and back panels Image 2/3: Use spudger to separate front and back panels Image 3/3: Use spudger to separate front and back panels
  • Unscrew the 7 6.4mm T5 Torx screws from back panel

  • Use spudger to separate front and back panels

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  • The green grill is not screwed in so it can be pulled right out.

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Image 1/3: Remove power wires. Image 2/3: Peel back copper tape and remove black and white wires. Image 3/3: Peel back copper tape and remove black and white wires.
  • Remove the 6 6.5mm T5 Torx screws.

  • Remove power wires.

  • Peel back copper tape and remove black and white wires.

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  • Once all cables are removed, pull the battery apparatus out.

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Image 1/3: Remove the two 7.3mm and four 8.4mm T5 Torx screws and remove the power cable. Image 2/3: Once the screws and cable are removed, the fan can lift free Image 3/3: Once the screws and cable are removed, the fan can lift free
  • Cooling is important for electronics, the last thing they want is to overheat.

  • Remove the two 7.3mm and four 8.4mm T5 Torx screws and remove the power cable.

  • Once the screws and cable are removed, the fan can lift free

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Image 1/3: Removing this requires unscrewing 6 screws, 2 7.3mm T5 Torx and 4 8.4mm T5 Torx located around the edges of the logic board, which should have already been taken out when removing the fan. Image 2/3: Once all the screws are gone, be careful with the ports on top of the logic board. Gently wiggling helps. Image 3/3: Once all the screws are gone, be careful with the ports on top of the logic board. Gently wiggling helps.
  • The large board under everything is the logic board.

  • Removing this requires unscrewing 6 screws, 2 7.3mm T5 Torx and 4 8.4mm T5 Torx located around the edges of the logic board, which should have already been taken out when removing the fan.

  • Once all the screws are gone, be careful with the ports on top of the logic board. Gently wiggling helps.

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Image 1/3: Unplug the ribbon attached on the right hand side of the board Image 2/3: Once removed, the Joystick board will lift from the panel, allowing replacement Image 3/3: The thumb-Sticks can be pulled off of the metal pegs for replacement.
  • Unscrew the 3 6.5mm screws from the Joystick board

  • Unplug the ribbon attached on the right hand side of the board

  • Once removed, the Joystick board will lift from the panel, allowing replacement

  • The thumb-Sticks can be pulled off of the metal pegs for replacement.

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Conclusion

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

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