Parts

No parts required.

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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

Ben Kegel

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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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2 Comments

Do you have to replace the whole top, wind cups,top plate with solar panel, just for the wind cups?

Tom Halverson - Reply

For a broken wind cups do you have to replace the top section with the solar panel?

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