Introduction

Vacuum does not power on even after the battery has been replaced? The motherboard may be defective. Follow this guide on how to change it for a new one!

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/2: Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to remove the four 10mm screws that surround the battery cover. Image 2/2: Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to remove the four 10mm screws that surround the battery cover.
  • Flip the vacuum over so that the wheels are facing you.

  • Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to remove the four 10mm screws that surround the battery cover.

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Image 1/1: Remove the battery.
  • Lift up the battery cover to reveal the battery.

  • Remove the battery.

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  • Remove the eight 10 mm Phillips #1 screws.

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Image 1/3: It requires a lot of force to pull the bumper off. Image 2/3: It requires a lot of force to pull the bumper off. Image 3/3: It requires a lot of force to pull the bumper off.
  • Hold the front bumper and pull it off.

  • It requires a lot of force to pull the bumper off.

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  • Pry off the back bumper by going around the entire top of the bumper with the metal spudger.

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  • To access the motherboard entirely, lift the top portion of the vacuum off.

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  • Locate the four main 10mm screws on the underside of the motherboard.

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  • Use a Phillip's #1 screwdriver to unscrew and remove the four 10 mm screws.

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Image 1/3: Lightly pull on the silver box shown to lift the motherboard out. Image 2/3: Lightly pull on the silver box shown to lift the motherboard out. Image 3/3: Lightly pull on the silver box shown to lift the motherboard out.
  • Pinch the two tabs together, shown here, to loosen the motherboard out of the vacuum.

  • Lightly pull on the silver box shown to lift the motherboard out.

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Conclusion

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

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This was GREAT.... Lots of pics :-)

I was able to pull the mother board without much trouble. Mostly scared of breaking the connections.

NOW???? Where do I buy the darn thing?

Please respond,

Robert

Robert Kilgore - Reply

Unfortunately, it looks like Moneual had some fraud issues and went under in 2014. It may be difficult to get your hands on replacement parts for the Rydis H68 Pro. =[

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