Parts

No parts required.

Remove the battery compartment lid by lifting upward. Remove the battery compartment lid by lifting upward. Remove the battery compartment lid by lifting upward.
  • Remove the battery compartment lid by lifting upward.

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Pull the ribbon to eject the 2 X AA alkaline batteries.
  • Pull the ribbon to eject the 2 X AA alkaline batteries.

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Once the batteries are removed, it is safe to proceed. Once the batteries are removed, it is safe to proceed. Once the batteries are removed, it is safe to proceed.
  • Once the batteries are removed, it is safe to proceed.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Remove the four 0.8cm screws that attach the bottom panel to the device
  • Remove the four 0.8cm screws that attach the bottom panel to the device

  • An extended driver is needed to reach 3 of these screws. If you are using the 64 - bit driver kit you can extend the driver by inserting the driver PH1, (Phillips size 1) into the size 4 hexagonal adapter.

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Gently lift the top section of the weather center away from the base. With all the  screws removed it should lift off easily. Gently lift the top section of the weather center away from the base. With all the  screws removed it should lift off easily.
  • Gently lift the top section of the weather center away from the base. With all the screws removed it should lift off easily.

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Remove the four 0.8cm screws inside the case located near the fan using the J1 screw bit.
  • Remove the four 0.8cm screws inside the case located near the fan using the J1 screw bit.

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With all four screws removed, the wind cup assembly should lift straight up off the  middle section. Set down the bottom half of the weather center careful. There are two  small pegs that will break with the slightest amount of pressure.
  • With all four screws removed, the wind cup assembly should lift straight up off the middle section.

  • Set down the bottom half of the weather center careful. There are two small pegs that will break with the slightest amount of pressure.

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Replace the old wind cup assembly with the new assembly that was purchased.
  • Replace the old wind cup assembly with the new assembly that was purchased.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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CSU Fullerton, Team 1-4, Bruce Fall 2016 Member of CSU Fullerton, Team 1-4, Bruce Fall 2016

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