Introduction

This is a disassembly guide for the face of the clock, useful in the case that the face requires: maintenance, replacement, or access to the interior parts.

Parts

No parts required.

Grasp the plastic cover and carefully pull straight back so that the clock cover dislodges from its housing. If any additional assistance is required for this step, it is recommended to use the plastic opening tool to help pry the edges of the cover simultaneously or a suction cup if you cannot grip the rim. If any additional assistance is required for this step, it is recommended to use the plastic opening tool to help pry the edges of the cover simultaneously or a suction cup if you cannot grip the rim.
  • Grasp the plastic cover and carefully pull straight back so that the clock cover dislodges from its housing.

  • If any additional assistance is required for this step, it is recommended to use the plastic opening tool to help pry the edges of the cover simultaneously or a suction cup if you cannot grip the rim.

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Deck the Halls
With tools and Fix Kits
Using your fingers, grasp the point where the hands of the clock meet in the center and pull straight back until they dislodge from the motor.
  • Using your fingers, grasp the point where the hands of the clock meet in the center and pull straight back until they dislodge from the motor.

  • Be sure that you remove all three hands as well as the pin that connects them in this one step. This component should come out as a single piece.

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Conclusion

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

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