How should I replace my Photon Mono 2's motherboard? This is a question some resin printer users may have. The resin printer's motherboard, also known as the control board or motherboard, is the central hub of the machine. When a resin printer works, it needs to manage and control various components and functions, the movement of the build platform, UV control, etc. Day-to-day maintenance of the motherboard is relatively low, but requires regular checking of its connections to other components to ensure proper functioning. Replacing the motherboard requires certain skills. Keep reading as we provide step-by-step instructions and a video tutorial on how to replace motherboard of Anycubic Photon Mono 2.
How to Replace Motherboard of Anycubic Photon Mono 2
- Tools: M2.0 hex key, M3.0 hex key, Motherboard
- Official accessories: For Anycubic Photon Mono 2
- More help: Contact the support team
Step 1: Remove the printer's back cover and screws
Use an M2.0 hex key to loosen the screws securing the rear cover, and remove the cover downward. Use the M3.0 hex key to loosen and remove the screws that fix the base shell of the printer.
Step 2: Unplug and disconnect the wires
Unplug the limit switch connected to the main board and the motor wiring plug. Tear off a corner of the black glue on the edge of the back cover. Then forcefully separate the printer base shell from the edge of the hand and rest.
Step 3: Remove the motherboard wiring plug and fixing screws
Separate the LCD screen on the main board and the FPC cable of the control screen. Remove the remaining wiring plugs on the motherboard one by one. Use an M2.0 hex key to loosen and remove the screws that secure the motherboard.
Step 4: Install the new motherboard
Replace the motherboard and install the new one with an M2.0 hex key. Install the wiring plugs back on the new motherboard one by one. Connect the FPC wires connecting the control panel and LCD panel back to the motherboard.
Step 5: Reconnect the plugs back and reattach the printer's back cover
Install the base of the printer. Then connect the motor and limit switch wiring plugs back to the main board. Use an M2.0 hex key to install and fix the rear cover. Use the M3.0 hex key to install and fix the base shell of the printer.
Tutorial Video: How to Replace Motherboard of Anycubic Photon Mono 2