Introduction

Replace the power indicator light of your Insignia NS-HTMC01-B heater.

Parts

No parts required.

Flip the device over so the back panel faces up. Unscrew the four screws counter-clockwise from the back panel using a 4mm Phillips screwdriver. You may want to use a flashlight during this step, as the screws are hard to see.
  • Flip the device over so the back panel faces up.

  • Unscrew the four screws counter-clockwise from the back panel using a 4mm Phillips screwdriver.

    • You may want to use a flashlight during this step, as the screws are hard to see.

    • Make sure to firmly connect your screwdriver with the head of the screw. A loose connection can strip the screw head, making the screws nearly impossible to remove.

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Take the screws out and set them aside.
  • Take the screws out and set them aside.

    • Be sure to set them somewhere flat, so they don't roll away.

  • Gently pull the front panel and back panel apart to open the device.

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Locate the bottom  left corner below the fan inside of the heater. There is a small black rectangular box  with two cables coming out of it. Using a Phillips #4 screwdriver, unscrew the two screws at the base counterclockwise, and set the screws to the side.
  • Locate the bottom left corner below the fan inside of the heater.

    • There is a small black rectangular box with two cables coming out of it.

    • Using a Phillips #4 screwdriver, unscrew the two screws at the base counterclockwise, and set the screws to the side.

      • Be sure to set the screws on a flat surface to ensure they don't roll away.

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After unscrewing the black rectangular box up from the base of the grey frame, locate the small green rectangular light fixture. Unscrew the one screw from the green rectangle counter clockwise, and set the screw to the side. Gently lift the green circuit board out of the socket by pulling on the black and white cables.
  • After unscrewing the black rectangular box up from the base of the grey frame, locate the small green rectangular light fixture.

    • Unscrew the one screw from the green rectangle counter clockwise, and set the screw to the side.

  • Gently lift the green circuit board out of the socket by pulling on the black and white cables.

    • At the end of the green rectangle is a light-emitting diode (LED). This is what lights up the power button.

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To replace the LED, unplug the white jack with the black and white cords from the bigger tan circuit board. Remove the LED cord.
  • To replace the LED, unplug the white jack with the black and white cords from the bigger tan circuit board.

  • Remove the LED cord.

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Conclusion

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

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