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[* black] Locate the power port and 3.5 mm audio adapter port. They should be sitting on a green printed circuit board (PCB) near the edge of the device. This PCB is what you want to replace.
[* black] Remove the two screws holding the PCB onto the rest of the device. You will need a Phillips #1 driver to do this.