Introduction

The trigger assembly that connects the button to the motor can sometimes break. This guide will explain how to replace the trigger assembly.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • In each of the four rectangular slots on the bottom of the device, there is an E-shaped clip.

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Image 1/1: Try not to break these clips as this will cause structural integrity issues upon reassembly
  • Wedge the spudger between the flat side of the E-clip and the outside wall of the slot. Then, loosen up the clip by prying it inward with the spudger.

  • Try not to break these clips as this will cause structural integrity issues upon reassembly

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  • Work your way around the four clips, loosening each a little at a time. Eventually, all four clips will be loose enough to remove the base plate.

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  • The trigger button is held in with light tension clips. Gently pry them back to release.

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  • Remove the white trigger.

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Image 1/1: Be sure to reference the how to solder video posted to the device page
  • Desolder the contact points between the trigger button and the red wire and also where the plug attaches to the trigger button

  • Be sure to reference the how to solder video posted to the device page

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Conclusion

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

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