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Introduction

In this guide, you will be shown how to take apart and replace the Housing unit of the Ring Video Doorbell step-by-step. You will need a Phillips screwdriver size PH00 and a Plastic Tool Opener.

  1. Start by using the PH00 Phillips Screwdriver to take out the 6 1 mm screw's on the bottom of the device. Pry open the aluminium plate using the Plastic Opening Tool(s). Remove the 2 1. mm screws using the PH00 Phillips Screwdriver.
    • Start by using the PH00 Phillips Screwdriver to take out the 6 1 mm screw's on the bottom of the device.

    • Pry open the aluminium plate using the Plastic Opening Tool(s).

    • Remove the 2 1. mm screws using the PH00 Phillips Screwdriver.

  2. Pry open the back case as shown using the Plastic Opening Tool. Disconnect the battery from motherboard by carefully pulling up on the connector. Disconnect the battery from motherboard by carefully pulling up on the connector.
    • Pry open the back case as shown using the Plastic Opening Tool.

    • Disconnect the battery from motherboard by carefully pulling up on the connector.

  3. Unscrew the 9 1 mm screwdrivers using a PH00 Phillips Screwdriver. Carefully detach the motherboard, from the housing unit using your hands. Carefully detach the motherboard, from the housing unit using your hands.
    • Unscrew the 9 1 mm screwdrivers using a PH00 Phillips Screwdriver.

    • Carefully detach the motherboard, from the housing unit using your hands.

  4. Remove the plastic film using the Plastic Tool Opener.
    • Remove the plastic film using the Plastic Tool Opener.

Conclusion

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

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Hey, do you know if Ring will provide you with replacement front housing? My casing has been damaged by an attempted theft :(

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