Introduction

The Power Board is the board that charges the PS Move controllers. This is how you replace it.

Remove the rubber foot pads on the bottom of the device using a plastic opening tool. Remove the rubber foot pads on the bottom of the device using a plastic opening tool.
  • Remove the rubber foot pads on the bottom of the device using a plastic opening tool.

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Remove the six 2 mm PH0 screws on the bottom of the device. Four of those screws are located under the foot pads.
  • Remove the six 2 mm PH0 screws on the bottom of the device.

  • Four of those screws are located under the foot pads.

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Gently remove the bottom of the device.
  • Gently remove the bottom of the device.

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Deck the Halls
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Remove the six screws holding the motherboard in. Two are 2mm PH0 screws (circled in orange), four are 1.8 mm J1 screws (circled in red). Remove the six screws holding the motherboard in. Two are 2mm PH0 screws (circled in orange), four are 1.8 mm J1 screws (circled in red).
  • Remove the six screws holding the motherboard in. Two are 2mm PH0 screws (circled in orange), four are 1.8 mm J1 screws (circled in red).

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Gently pick up the mother board
  • Gently pick up the mother board

  • Pick the mother board straight up or you may risk damaging the mini-USB charging ports.

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Use a plastic opening tool or similar tool to gently pry the power ribbon cord out of its port. Use a plastic opening tool or similar tool to gently pry the power ribbon cord out of its port.
  • Use a plastic opening tool or similar tool to gently pry the power ribbon cord out of its port.

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Remove the four 1.8 mm PH0 screws that are holding the board in. When you remove these screws, the plastic cups inside the PS Move stations will fall out.
  • Remove the four 1.8 mm PH0 screws that are holding the board in.

  • When you remove these screws, the plastic cups inside the PS Move stations will fall out.

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Pick up the board.
  • Pick up the board.

  • Pick the board straight up, or you risk damaging the charging ports.

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Using a plastic opening tool or a similar tool, gently pry the power ribbon cord out of its port.
  • Using a plastic opening tool or a similar tool, gently pry the power ribbon cord out of its port.

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Conclusion

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

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