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Introduction

The volume-down button stopped working, so I had to dive-in and check to see what the problem was.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Roku RC-MC1 remote, use our service manual.

  1. Nice design, simple and feature packed! Nice design, simple and feature packed! Nice design, simple and feature packed!
    • Nice design, simple and feature packed!

  2. Starting from either side of the micro USB charging port, insert the tip of the Jimmy and pry back and pop the first locking clip. After that it's like most other plastic shell devices in which you just work your way around, releasing the clips.
    • Starting from either side of the micro USB charging port, insert the tip of the Jimmy and pry back and pop the first locking clip.

    • After that it's like most other plastic shell devices in which you just work your way around, releasing the clips.

  3. Remove the battery connector from the board.  Then to free the back cover to remove the microphone connector. Remove the battery connector from the board.  Then to free the back cover to remove the microphone connector.
    • Remove the battery connector from the board. Then to free the back cover to remove the microphone connector.

  4. To release the circuit board you'll need to gently pry off the IR window. To release the circuit board you'll need to gently pry off the IR window.
    • To release the circuit board you'll need to gently pry off the IR window.

  5. Now to find some replacement switches!
    • Now to find some replacement switches!

    • Surface mount soldering will be required to change these little buggers.

    • They can be salvaged from another circuit board.

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