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Introduction

This is a Tandberg remote for use with a video conference system. It is very simple to teardown with many individual parts.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Remote Control, use our service manual.

Image 1/3: There is no adhesive; the remote and cap are just snapped together. Image 2/3: There is no adhesive; the remote and cap are just snapped together. Image 3/3: There is no adhesive; the remote and cap are just snapped together.
  • Pop off the front cap with the metal spudger.

  • There is no adhesive; the remote and cap are just snapped together.

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  • Remove the back cover from the remote and take out the batteries.

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Image 1/3: After unscrewing these four screws, proceed to pull the top apart from the bottom of the remote. This should be relatively easy, and the motherboard will now be clearly visible, Image 2/3: After unscrewing these four screws, proceed to pull the top apart from the bottom of the remote. This should be relatively easy, and the motherboard will now be clearly visible, Image 3/3: After unscrewing these four screws, proceed to pull the top apart from the bottom of the remote. This should be relatively easy, and the motherboard will now be clearly visible,
  • There are four screws underneath where the batteries were. Unscrew all four screws.

  • After unscrewing these four screws, proceed to pull the top apart from the bottom of the remote. This should be relatively easy, and the motherboard will now be clearly visible,

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Image 1/3: Finally, remove the motherboard. The motherboard is a single unit without daughter boards or connecting wires. However, do be careful when removing the battery terminals from the back cover. Image 2/3: Congratulations! You completed the teardown! Image 3/3: Congratulations! You completed the teardown!
  • Finally, after the top cover is removed from the remote, pop the buttons out from the plastic top shell. These buttons can be a great source of stress relief.

  • Finally, remove the motherboard. The motherboard is a single unit without daughter boards or connecting wires. However, do be careful when removing the battery terminals from the back cover.

  • Congratulations! You completed the teardown!

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