1. Using a Philips head screw driver, remove the two screws holding the right endcap to the housing, then remove the endcap. The screws are located on the inside wall, one on the front, and the other on the back. (Include image of screw on the back of the endcap)
2. Remove the 2 screws from the outside of the endcap that are securing the IO Board to the endcap.
3. Disconnect the ribbon cable connected to the IO Board, and then connect the ribbon cable to the replacement part.
4. Attach the replacement IO Board to the end cap using the 2 IO Board Screws
5. Reattach the endcap to the housing using the 2 endcap screws.