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If your Dirt Devil Gator (Model Number: BD10100) isn’t starting or staying on for more than 15 seconds, you may need to replace the circuit board. Follow this guide to replace the circuit board to keep your Dirt Devil Gator in use! [ … ] However before using this guide, you may not need to fullfully replace the circuit board, just charge your device! A [[Dirt Devil Gator Troubleshooting#Section_Dead_Battery|dead battery]] is a simple problem with the same side effects,effects and a quick fix to get you started vacuuming again quickly! [ … ] The circuit board on the Dirt Devil Gator keeps the machine on and controls the power of the device. A damaged circuit board will not power on the device resulting in a possible replacement needing to occur. [ … ] Step 6 requires you to remove the circuit board from the motor. From there, you must desolder and cut wires to replace the old circuit board with the new one. Follow this guide [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/How+To+Solder+and+Desolder+Connections/750#s4049|to[guide|750|to solder and desolder connections]connections|stepid=4049] properly. [ … ] Before beginning, make sure to power off your device completely and disconnect from any external power source.
If your Dirt Devil Gator (Model Number: BD10100) isn’t starting or staying on for more than 15 seconds, you may need to replace the circuit board. Follow this guide to replace the circuit board to keep your Dirt Devil Gator in use! [ … ] However before using this guide, you may not need to fullfully replace the circuit board, just charge your device! A [[Dirt Devil Gator Troubleshooting#Section_Dead_Battery|dead battery]] is a simple problem with the same side effects,effects and a quick fix to get you started vacuuming again quickly! [ … ] The circuit board on the Dirt Devil Gator keeps the machine on and controls the power of the device. A damaged circuit board will not power on the device resulting in a possible replacement needing to occur. [ … ] Step 6 requires you to remove the circuit board from the motor. From there, you must desolder and cut wires to replace the old circuit board with the new one. Follow this guide [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/How+To+Solder+and+Desolder+Connections/750#s4049|to[guide|750|to solder and desolder connections]connections|stepid=4049] properly. [ … ] Before beginning, make sure to power off your device completely and disconnect from any external power source.