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Introduction

Having a look into the Moodo Smart Aroma Diffuser.
You can also use this as a guide to replace a fan.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Moodo Smart Aroma Diffuser, use our service manual.

  1. The device can be opened by removing the 4 Philips screws visible from the bottom The device can be opened by removing the 4 Philips screws visible from the bottom
    • The device can be opened by removing the 4 Philips screws visible from the bottom

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  3. The fan and air guidance assembly is attached to the main PCB with 2 screws.
    • The fan and air guidance assembly is attached to the main PCB with 2 screws.

    • Each fan has one connector for power and one for the pod sensor - these need to be disconnected from the PCB before removing the fan assembly. If you want to replace a fan, you will need to unhook the sensor cables from the sides.

    • Fans used are: 1604KL-01W-B39-B00 NMB Technologies DC Fans DC Axial Fan, 40x10mm, 5VDC, 4.2CFM

  4. The main PCB connects to the control PCB with a ribbon cable. It can be removed with 2 screws.
    • The main PCB connects to the control PCB with a ribbon cable.

    • It can be removed with 2 screws.

    • The 2 cell battery pack is located under the main PCB.

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