Introduction

If the crayon maker is not closing properly, check the position of the plastic arm. Adjust the plastic arm if it is out of place. Replace the arm if it is broken.

Image 1/3: Pop the metal arms out of the green pivot support. Image 2/3: Pop the metal arms out of the green pivot support. Image 3/3: Pop the metal arms out of the green pivot support.
  • Press the green arm away from the melting tray. Remove the melting tray.

  • Pop the metal arms out of the green pivot support.

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  • Remove the 2 screws (.75cm in length) currently securing the metal melting tray with a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

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  • The light bulb should now be revealed. Unscrew the burned out bulb and replace with a new bulb.

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Image 1/3: Remove six screws (2 cm in length) with a spanner. Image 2/3: Remove the green base plate and set it aside. Image 3/3: Remove the green base plate and set it aside.
  • Flip the crayon maker.

  • Remove six screws (2 cm in length) with a spanner.

  • Remove the green base plate and set it aside.

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  • Locate the clear plastic arm inside the control box.

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Image 1/2: If the plastic arm is broken, contact Crayola for replacement parts. Image 2/2: If the plastic arm is broken, contact Crayola for replacement parts.
  • If necessary, unscrew the plastic arm with a Phillips #00 Precision screwdriver and readjust the arm until the desired position is reached.

  • If the plastic arm is broken, contact Crayola for replacement parts.

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Image 1/3: Locate the clear box. Image 2/3: Locate the clear box. Image 3/3: Locate the clear box.
  • Remove the green base from the crayon maker and set aside.

  • Locate the clear box.

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  • There are four screws (circled in red) that need to be removed with a Phillips #00 Precision screwdriver.

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  • Remove five screws (1.5 cm in length) using a Phillips #00 Precision screwdriver and open the clear plastic box.

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Image 1/1: If the plastic arm is broken, contact Crayola for a replacement arm.
  • The plastic arm should be positioned as shown in the figure. Adjust the arm's position if necessary.

  • If the plastic arm is broken, contact Crayola for a replacement arm.

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Conclusion

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

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