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[* black] We can look at the motherboard and checkicon_note] Before de-soldering, check to see no scorching or broken connections appear on the wires, power supply jack or antenna.
[* black] Since we have determined all the connections and components are fine we need to the microphone wires and the 4 wire connection from the motherboard.
[* black] You could de-solder
De-solder the connections from the motherboard using a soldering iron and a solder sucker.
[* black] The

[* red] De-solder the
connections to the microphone aremicrophone, located on the bottom left onceof the motherboard has been flipped over on it's side. This is shown in the first slide.
[* black] The connections for
mother board.
[* orange] De-solder
the 4 wires connecting the LED board are into the upper mid right side, almost oppositemotherboard.
[* yellow] De-solder
the microphone's connections once the motherboard has been flipped over on it's side. This is shown in the second image.
[* black] The last thing that may need to be desoldered depending on if it is needed for re use with a replacement motherboard or if it is damaged, is the antenna. The Antenna's
antenna's solder joint lies justjoint, located above the microphone wires connection to the motherboard. Show in the last image.
[* black] Alternately one could snip the wires and splice them onto the new motherboard later.
[* black] Once The old motherboard is removed simply re-seat the new motherboard and follow the steps backwards to reattach it
wire connection.
[* black] We can look at the motherboard and checkicon_note] Before de-soldering, check to see no scorching or broken connections appear on the wires, power supply jack or antenna.
[* black] Since we have determined all the connections and components are fine we need to the microphone wires and the 4 wire connection from the motherboard.
[* black] You could de-solder
De-solder the connections from the motherboard using a soldering iron and a solder sucker.
[* black] The

[* red] De-solder the
connections to the microphone aremicrophone, located on the bottom left onceof the motherboard has been flipped over on it's side. This is shown in the first slide.
[* black] The connections for
mother board.
[* orange] De-solder
the 4 wires connecting the LED board are into the upper mid right side, almost oppositemotherboard.
[* yellow] De-solder
the microphone's connections once the motherboard has been flipped over on it's side. This is shown in the second image.
[* black] The last thing that may need to be desoldered depending on if it is needed for re use with a replacement motherboard or if it is damaged, is the antenna. The Antenna's
antenna's solder joint lies justjoint, located above the microphone wires connection to the motherboard. Show in the last image.
[* black] Alternately one could snip the wires and splice them onto the new motherboard later.
[* black] Once The old motherboard is removed simply re-seat the new motherboard and follow the steps backwards to reattach it
wire connection.

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