Introduction

If the device is not tracking motion properly this could be due to a broken camera motherboard. Common causes for motherboard failure include being exposed to static shock, overheating, or component failure.

Remove the filter from the camera as shown. Remove the filter from the camera as shown.
  • Remove the filter from the camera as shown.

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Remove the cover plate from the front face of the camera using the iFixit Opening Pick. Remove the cover plate from the front face of the camera using the iFixit Opening Pick.
  • Remove the cover plate from the front face of the camera using the iFixit Opening Pick.

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Remove the two 3/16" J #000 screws. Lift the back plate off.
  • Remove the two 3/16" J #000 screws.

  • Lift the back plate off.

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Gently tug on the wires to free them from the motherboard.
  • Gently tug on the wires to free them from the motherboard.

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Remove the four 3/16" Phillips #000 from the four corners of the motherboard. Remove the two 1/4" Phillips #0 screws shown to release the motherboard from the enclosure. Remove the two 1/4" Phillips #0 screws shown to release the motherboard from the enclosure.
  • Remove the four 3/16" Phillips #000 from the four corners of the motherboard.

  • Remove the two 1/4" Phillips #0 screws shown to release the motherboard from the enclosure.

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Conclusion

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

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