Introduction

This guide is created to replace a damaged or broken back wheel. Tools required are a Hex Bit 4.0 tool, a bit extender, and an allen key.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Remove either of the two 0.2 mm axle screws by using a hex bit 4.0 by turning clockwise.
    • Remove either of the two 0.2 mm axle screws by using a hex bit 4.0 by turning clockwise.

    • The two screws are the same thread so find the screw that has the least torque. Only that screw will be able to removed in this step.

    • Turn the hex bit 4.0 counterclockwise to reassemble the axle screws.

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  2. Slide off the plastic side panel.
    • Slide off the plastic side panel.

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    • Use a hex bit 4.0 to screw back in the 0.2 mm screw as tightly as possible by turning clockwise.

    • You will need to hold the other screw you are not replacing with an additional hex bit 4.0, so that the screws don't spin freely.

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    • Flip over the scooter and use the hex bit 4.0 to remove the other 0.2 mm screw.

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    • Slide off the other plastic side panel.

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    • On the same side you removed the screw, use the bit extender to push down on the axle inside the wheel.

    • The axle pops out and the wheel easily comes off.

    • Two washers will pop out with the axle.

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Conclusion

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

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