Introduction

Quick and easy disassembly of the presenter.

I ended up breaking a part, but it does not seem to be needed…

Should be similar for the R700 & R800, but I don't have one…

Image 1/2: Open the battery compartment. Image 2/2: Remove the batteries.
  • Remove the USB-Receiver.

  • Open the battery compartment.

  • Remove the batteries.

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  • To remove the sticker that's covering the next screws, I used a small slot screwdriver and carefully inserted it at the shown position. There is a little notch here that guides you in.

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Image 1/1: I don't really know how the yellow part is supposed to open. I poked around a little with the slot screwdriver and ended up breaking the pin. I does not really matter as the screws make the construction secure enough.
  • Below the sticker we have two Philips screws (red). Unscrew them.

  • I don't really know how the yellow part is supposed to open. I poked around a little with the slot screwdriver and ended up breaking the pin. I does not really matter as the screws make the construction secure enough.

  • Now carefully pry apart the two halves of the cover, starting from the side of the battery compartment.

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Image 1/1: There is one single screw. Unscrew it.
  • The green board is where all the application logic is in, so don't scratch it.

  • There is one single screw. Unscrew it.

  • Carefully take out the green board. The connectors for the batteries are attached here, don't break them (though they are quite sturdy). Step 6 has an image how the board looks from the other side.

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  • This should be the end product.

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Image 1/2: The yellow marker shows the battery connectors you are not supposed to break in step 4. Image 2/2: In the last image you see the "fixed" laser diode. I just gently pushed it down, now it's working again.
  • The reason why I disassembled my presenter was, that the laser diode (red) did not project out of the case any more. You can clearly see the laser being at a very odd angle. I can not imagine how that happened.

  • The yellow marker shows the battery connectors you are not supposed to break in step 4.

  • In the last image you see the "fixed" laser diode. I just gently pushed it down, now it's working again.

you should upgrade the unit to a green laser! :)

Thanks for your tutorial. I fixed my R800 that had a sticking button.

Good job

doug

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Conclusion

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

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