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To remove the RAMBo board from the machine, you will need to:

Remove the end-stop plugs from the RAMBo board. You will want to remove them one at a time and label them (on the black 3 pin housing) with a sharpie marker. In order from left to right, these are X Y Z. Be sure to remove them one at a time and label them!

You may also need to remove the Stepper Motor 4 pin connectors from the RAMBo board. Just as above, you will need to remove them one at a time and label them upon removing them. They are (from left to right) X Y Z _ E0 _ Be sure to remove them one at a time and label them!

You will have enough excess wire length for the remaining wires to get the RAMBo board out of the base.

The RAMBo board is mounted to a backer board. You will grasp that backer board on the bottom left and right pull out. The bottom of the RAMBo (and backer) should pull freely and tip out. Once the top ears on the backer board have cleared the top plate of the base, the entire board can be removed.

With the RAMBo partially removed and accessible. You will now remove the output wires. You will use a screwdriver to loosen the following terminals: Heat 0, Heat 1, and Fan 0. These are noted in the pic with the orange arrow. DO NOT REMOVE THE WIRES LOCATED AT HEAT 2 (NOTED WITH A BLUE CIRCLE)

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