1. Disconnect the DC 6V IN power cable from the device.
    • Disconnect the DC 6V IN power cable from the device.

    • Remove the 3 front panel screws on the bottom of the device.

  2. Carefully pry off the front panel of the device to reveal the button in need of replacement.
    • Carefully pry off the front panel of the device to reveal the button in need of replacement.

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  4. Pull firmly on the button in need of replacement to free it from its housing. Pull firmly on the button in need of replacement to free it from its housing.
    • Pull firmly on the button in need of replacement to free it from its housing.

  5. Push the replacement button into its new housing.
    • Push the replacement button into its new housing.

  6. Snap the front panel back into place and re-insert the 3 front panel screws, completing the replacement.
    • Snap the front panel back into place and re-insert the 3 front panel screws, completing the replacement.

Conclusion

The system selector button should now be working properly.

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