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Introduction

In this guide, we will be replacing a power cord that is not supplying power to your device. You will be replacing a power cord, that is typically common to become faulty on this device. You will be removing 4 bolts.

Parts

  1. Remove the ten 19mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.
    • Remove the ten 19mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.

  2. Remove the red Housing Assembly by lifting it up off of the tool.
    • Remove the red Housing Assembly by lifting it up off of the tool.

  3. Remove the two 11.5mm T-15 screws shown in red. Remove the two 11.5mm T-15 screws shown in red.
    • Remove the two 11.5mm T-15 screws shown in red.

  4. Follow the black and white cord to the trigger. On the trigger there are two small bolts that you have to loosen. Loosen them slightly with a H - 1.5 bit.
    • Follow the black and white cord to the trigger.

    • On the trigger there are two small bolts that you have to loosen.

    • Loosen them slightly with a H - 1.5 bit.

  5. Once the bolts are loose you can pull both cords straight out from the trigger. Pull the cable from the chassis and put it to the side and it has been successfully removed. Pull the cable from the chassis and put it to the side and it has been successfully removed.
    • Once the bolts are loose you can pull both cords straight out from the trigger.

    • Pull the cable from the chassis and put it to the side and it has been successfully removed.

Conclusion

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

Adrien Andrade-Cain

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