Introduction

This guide leads you through the process of opening up the LabelManager and changing the wheelhead. Keep in mind that the device has loose parts. Be careful and keep track of all parts.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Place the device face-down to access the battery compartment.
    • Place the device face-down to access the battery compartment.

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  2. Remove the compartment cover to reveal the batteries. Remove the 6 old batteries.
    • Remove the compartment cover to reveal the batteries. Remove the 6 old batteries.

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    • To open the cartridge compartment, simply lift on the front of the device.

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    • Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the four 1.3mm Phillips #0 screws from the cartridge compartment and two 1.2mm Phillips #0 screws from the battery compartment.

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    • Using a spudger or other tool, lift and remove the front of the device. This should be done all around the device to ensure the two parts split correctly.

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    • Gently remove the rubber keyboard from the device.

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    • Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the three 1.1 mm Phillips #0 screws from circuit board.

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    • Lifting the circuit board, use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the two 1.2mm Phillips #1 screws from under the circuit board.

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    • Proceed to lift the excess device components until the rollerblade is visible.

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    • With the device components exposed, gently lift the wheelhead out of the Label maker.

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Conclusion

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

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Group 9: Over all looks great. Pictures are great quality and hand placement in pictures. The circles and arrows should all be red. The only time the color changes is if there are different steps within a single picture.

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