Introduction

The circuit board is essential to the console's functions. Using Phillips #0 and Phillips #2 screwdrivers, you can replace it.

With the console on its top, remove the four 12 mm Phillips #2 screws.
  • With the console on its top, remove the four 12 mm Phillips #2 screws.

    • There may be a sticker covering one or more of the screws. Simply remove the sticker before screw removal.

  • Flip the console on its feet. Carefully lift the top casing from the back (where the AV/S and power ports are).

    • To avoid damage, do not remove the top casing completely. There is a small LED circuit board connected to the main circuit board.

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Remove the one 6 mm Phillips #0 LED circuit board screw.
  • Remove the one 6 mm Phillips #0 LED circuit board screw.

  • Lift the top case and set aside.

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  • Remove the 11 screws holding the circuit boards and ports in place.

    • Six 11 mm Phillips #2 holding the circuit boards.

    • Three 12 mm Phillips #2 screws holding the controller ports.

    • Two 7 mm Philllips #2 screws holding the back ports

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  • Carefully lift the circuit board while holding either the AV or controller ports. Alternatively, you can hold the circuit board on its edges.

  • Make sure to lift the circuit board completely out of the bottom case.

  • To avoid damage, do not to touch the top or bottom faces of the circuit board.

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Conclusion

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

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I hope you show the second part were you replace the 72pin connector. Please include part source.

The 72 pin connector grabs too tightly on the cart.

Thanks.

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