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    Lightbulb Activboard +2 old style

    Hi

    I would like to know how to remove the activboard from the frame as I need to replace it with another activboard. Any help would be appreciated. I have attached a photo of the activboard +2 in question.

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    pbad

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    Hi pbad,
    The way that this ActivBoard is removed from the frame is as follows:
    In the photograph you can see a top bracket which is holding the board in the centre.
    You will see if you look over the top of the board at this bracket there are 2 bolts which will need to be removed.
    Remove the bolts and then remove the bracket.
    The board then simply lifts off the frame once you have removed the cables from the top left. (be careful with the black power connector as you will need to press the button on the cable in order to release this and not cause damage).

    Thank you



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