Remove the six 13 mm case screws with philips #0 screwdriver.
  • Remove the six 13 mm case screws with philips #0 screwdriver.

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Use the plastic separating tool to separate the casing halves of the cordless screwdriver. Use the plastic separating tool to separate the casing halves of the cordless screwdriver.
  • Use the plastic separating tool to separate the casing halves of the cordless screwdriver.

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Once the screwdriver casings have been separated, remove the printed circuit board, battery, LED, and motor assembly from the screwdriver casing. Using the wire cutters, cut the black and red motor wires where they connect to the motor.
  • Once the screwdriver casings have been separated, remove the printed circuit board, battery, LED, and motor assembly from the screwdriver casing.

  • Using the wire cutters, cut the black and red motor wires where they connect to the motor.

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Strip the ends of the wires clean with the wire cutters. Strip the wire insulation 1/4" from the end of the wire.
  • Strip the ends of the wires clean with the wire cutters. Strip the wire insulation 1/4" from the end of the wire.

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Ensure the new motor terminals are clean before soldering. Solder the red wire to the positive motor terminal, designated by a plus sign with a red circle around it. Solder the black wire to the other terminal of the motor.
  • Ensure the new motor terminals are clean before soldering.

  • Solder the red wire to the positive motor terminal, designated by a plus sign with a red circle around it.

  • Solder the black wire to the other terminal of the motor.

  • Allow the newly soldered assembly to cool before continuing.

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Once the motor has cooled, replace the motor, printed circuit board, LED, and battery inside the screwdriver casing.
  • Once the motor has cooled, replace the motor, printed circuit board, LED, and battery inside the screwdriver casing.

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Conclusion

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

Tyler Vincent

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Too late finding this (although self-explanatory). I was wondering when I tried this - WHERE does one find the spare component motor to replace? I searched the internet, but for something so specific, I just couldn't locate the right channels. For future reference, is there a typical store of small motors, etc... to locate these things?

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