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This guide will show how to replace the motherboard of the Ring Video Doorbell Pro.

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  1. Start by using the star-shaped end of the included Ring screwdriver to take out the 5 mm screw on the bottom of the device.
    • Start by using the star-shaped end of the included Ring screwdriver to take out the 5 mm screw on the bottom of the device.

  2. Use your thumbs to apply downward pressure on the glass part of the device while pulling the faceplate up and off of the device. Use your thumbs to apply downward pressure on the glass part of the device while pulling the faceplate up and off of the device. Use your thumbs to apply downward pressure on the glass part of the device while pulling the faceplate up and off of the device.
    • Use your thumbs to apply downward pressure on the glass part of the device while pulling the faceplate up and off of the device.

  3. Using a PH-000 screwdriver, unscrew and set aside all four of these 5.25 mm screws.
    • Using a PH-000 screwdriver, unscrew and set aside all four of these 5.25 mm screws.

  4. Using a plastic pry tool, go along the edge of the device prying the device apart. While doing this, focus on the four clips, two of which are on either side of the device. Using a plastic pry tool, go along the edge of the device prying the device apart. While doing this, focus on the four clips, two of which are on either side of the device.
    • Using a plastic pry tool, go along the edge of the device prying the device apart. While doing this, focus on the four clips, two of which are on either side of the device.

  5. Remove the front of the device from the back plate.
    • Remove the front of the device from the back plate.

  6. With the Video Doorbell Pro opened up the speaker is exposed.
    • With the Video Doorbell Pro opened up the speaker is exposed.

  7. Remove this 5.25 mm screw.
    • Remove this 5.25 mm screw.

  8. Remove this wire connection by gently prying it off with a plastic pry tool.
    • Remove this wire connection by gently prying it off with a plastic pry tool.

  9. Remove the speaker from the device.
    • Remove the speaker from the device.

  10. The next step is to remove the last four connections holding the motherboard in place.
    • The next step is to remove the last four connections holding the motherboard in place.

  11. Using the plastic pry tool, carefully remove this wire connection.
    • Using the plastic pry tool, carefully remove this wire connection.

  12. Using the plastic pry tool, gently ease this ribbon cable from its port.
    • Using the plastic pry tool, gently ease this ribbon cable from its port.

  13. Remove the last two wire connections shown here using the same methods utilized in the previous steps.
    • Remove the last two wire connections shown here using the same methods utilized in the previous steps.

  14. Using the Phillips 000 screwdriver, remove these three 4.25mm screws. Using the Phillips 000 screwdriver, remove these three 4.25mm screws.
    • Using the Phillips 000 screwdriver, remove these three 4.25mm screws.

  15. Take the motherboard out of the housing. Lift slowly while doing this to make sure the wires and the delicate ribbon cable are not damaged.
    • Take the motherboard out of the housing. Lift slowly while doing this to make sure the wires and the delicate ribbon cable are not damaged.

Sonuç

To reassemble your device, insert the new motherboard and follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Is this the latest model

Phillip - Yanıt

A pig to get apart. Prying the case open needed a glaziers flexy putty knife or spark plug feeler gauge as a plastic pry tool is not man enough . Connectors fall apart as you try to disconnect. Battery, aerial and capacitor are all glued or taped together.

You don’t need to disconnect the ribbon cable in Step 10 unless you intend to remove the camera module, which is screwed to the motherboard so comes away with it

Zam Zoo - Yanıt

thank you very useful - question is i cannot fine a spare main board im after a ring pro mainboard - i open mine and looks like some of the parts are blowen its all green :) do you offer a repair service of main board ?

Sid Hepworth-Lloyd - Yanıt

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