Introduction

The frame of the Basis Peak is a two-piece container for the electronics. On the face, the frame is clear to allow for the user to see the screen. On the back, the sensor for the user's heart rate is located so it will be touching the skin. If the frame is damaged or the sensor is nonfunctional, the electronics (including the battery, motherboard, and screen) can be moved into a new frame. This guide details said process in which the user must unscrew the back plate, unhook several cables, and remove the motherboard complex.

Parts

No parts required.

Flip the watch over and orient it such that the buckle is away from you and the back panel is revealed.
  • Flip the watch over and orient it such that the buckle is away from you and the back panel is revealed.

  • Maintain this orientation to follow the guide.

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Remove the four base screws using a size 2 TORX screwdriver to separate the back plate from the frame. Remove the four base screws using a size 2 TORX screwdriver to separate the back plate from the frame.
  • Remove the four base screws using a size 2 TORX screwdriver to separate the back plate from the frame.

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Disconnect the ribbon cable on the left side of the motherboard by using a spudger.
  • Disconnect the ribbon cable on the left side of the motherboard by using a spudger.

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Use a spudger and apply pressure to the white plastic wall to the right of the motherboard. Use this to lever the electronics out of the frame.
  • Use a spudger and apply pressure to the white plastic wall to the right of the motherboard. Use this to lever the electronics out of the frame.

  • The clips have small lips that you can put the spudger under to get more leverage.

  • Using any of the metal to pry out the electronics may damage some of the wiring. It is crucial to only press on the plastic.

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Conclusion

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

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