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The Motorola MBP33SBU is a 2.8-inch Video Baby Monitor featuring a two-way audio that allows you to communicate back and forth in different rooms. The device includes night vision, sound activation, a full-color LCD screen, and a 590-foot wireless range with out-of-range indication. Motorola also came out with the MBP33XL version, which features a larger 3.5-inch screen.

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Motorola MBP33 baby camera disassembly

Looking for a guide of how to dismantle the baby camera for a Motorola MBP33 baby monitor please. Found a few for replacing the mic and speaker but I'm hoping to replace some IR led's as only 3 out if 9 work giving a dark image. Have had it apart as much as the base off but wonder if anyone has managed to disconnect the 2 small multicore plugs as they won't disconnect and don't want to over do it and break any thin wires. Looks like the plugs have to disconnect to allow the camera housing to be removed to allow it to be split to get access to the camera led's, so any advice would be much appreciated thanks

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I don’t have a solution for you (yet!), but am interested in if you have disassembled as far as splitting apart the camera housing? Mine was dropped and the camera circuit board is loose inside the spherical housing. I need to separate the two halves so I can reseat the camera circuit board. If I can get it apart maybe I’ll see your two multicore plugs and figure out how to disconnect. Thanks.

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Mine fell and broke open, such that the camera piece disconected from its flat cable.

I’m trying to reconnect it, but I believe that it is necessary to open the ball in order to do it. I still don’t know how to do that. There seems to be a screw on each side fixing the ball to its side supports. How could I ever use a screwdriver inside the ball? Is there a curved screwdriver?

I’m sending some pictures to see if someone know what to do.

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I did it! It is working again!

Ok, it is actually pretty simple. You must first disassemble the base (there is a step by step in the product page right here in ifixit - basically there are screws that you need to unscrew in the bottom of the base, hidden underneath four white rubber caps), then disconect the cables that have a little rectangular connector. Then you pass these cables and the antenna through the hole in the middle of the base board. After that, unscrew the four screws that fix a big gear underneath the camera piece. Then, you may open the two halves of the ball and do whatever you need to do inside. There is another rectangular connector inside the ball, it also can be easily disconnected to completely split the ball.

After that, it was easy to reconnect the flat cable of the camera. It is working again, after reassembly.

Here are some pictures of the camera being disassembled, so you may know what to look for.

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How did you split the ball please? I can separate the supports but can't get into the ball. Thanks

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Well, after disconnecting the big gear, you split the ball by pulling each half away from the other. Maybe you just need to pull harder.

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