Introduction

This guide will tell you how to replace the face of the Crosley 33301 alarm clock.

Image 1/3: Continue on by unscrewing the 5.5 millimeter screws with your hands. Image 2/3: Once all the screws are removed, take the circular back panel off and lay it down flat on a stable surface to put back on later. Image 3/3: Once all the screws are removed, take the circular back panel off and lay it down flat on a stable surface to put back on later.
  • Rotate Clock till the face/or front is pointing away from you.

  • Continue on by unscrewing the 5.5 millimeter screws with your hands.

  • Once all the screws are removed, take the circular back panel off and lay it down flat on a stable surface to put back on later.

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Image 1/2: Do not be afraid to use additional force to remove these screws. Just be careful not to break the clock! Image 2/2: Do not be afraid to use additional force to remove these screws. Just be careful not to break the clock!
  • Unscrew the two remaining screws with a PH2 bit.

  • Do not be afraid to use additional force to remove these screws. Just be careful not to break the clock!

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Image 1/2: No major force is required.  The back frame should slide right off. Image 2/2: No major force is required.  The back frame should slide right off.
  • Remove the front part of the clock from the back frame.

  • No major force is required. The back frame should slide right off.

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Image 1/2: You will see small slits where the indents can slide through. Image 2/2: Twist the center counter clockwise so that the face and the back are no longer connected.
  • You will notice that there are three small indents on alternate sides.

  • You will see small slits where the indents can slide through.

  • Twist the center counter clockwise so that the face and the back are no longer connected.

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Image 1/2: The glass for this clock is 10cm in diameter. It would be best to use glass that fits this measurement! Image 2/2: The glass for this clock is 10cm in diameter. It would be best to use glass that fits this measurement!
  • Replace the front of the clock with your new glass face protector and settle it on the frame.

  • The glass for this clock is 10cm in diameter. It would be best to use glass that fits this measurement!

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Image 1/3: Image 2/3: Image 3/3:
  • Apply the clock face back on the frame, then reverse your steps. Take a step back and admire your handiwork!

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Conclusion

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

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