Introduction

If there continues to be a problem after restarting and repairing the remote, you may need to replace or fix your remote's motherboard.

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  • Place the remote control facing down on the table, so that the buttons are facing downwards.

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  • Remove the battery compartment cover from the back of the remote by sliding it outwards. This should reveal the batteries.

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  • Remove the batteries from the battery compartment.

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  • Turn the Phillips PH0 screwdriver counterclockwise to carefully remove the 6.9 mm screw located between both battery compartments .

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Image 1/1: Prying open the remote is quite difficult and requires a large amount of force.  Use caution to avoid breaking the device or hurting yourself.
  • Wedge a plastic opening tool into the seam between the top cover and bottom casing of the device to create a gap.

  • Prying open the remote is quite difficult and requires a large amount of force. Use caution to avoid breaking the device or hurting yourself.

  • Once you have created a gap large enough for your fingers to fit between, separate the top cover from the bottom plastic casing by pulling them apart gently.

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  • Using your right thumb, lift up on the left side of the motherboard to remove it from the bottom plastic casing.

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Conclusion

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

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