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If the suction cup no longer sticks to surfaces or if the plastic has split, you will need to replace the suction cup with a new one.

Press down firmly to remove battery cover and display battery. Then remove the battery. Then remove the battery.
  • Press down firmly to remove battery cover and display battery.

  • Then remove the battery.

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Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to remove the 7mm Phillips #1 screw marked on the photo. Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to remove the 7mm Phillips #1 screw marked on the photo.
  • Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to remove the 7mm Phillips #1 screw marked on the photo.

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Place plastic opening tool in between the two plastic panels and slowly work your way around the device. Unlatch clips on the inside and pull device apart.
  • Place plastic opening tool in between the two plastic panels and slowly work your way around the device.

  • Unlatch clips on the inside and pull device apart.

  • Some clips will break when forced open.

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Using the tweezers push the edges of the back end of the Suction cup inward Using the tweezers push the edges of the back end of the Suction cup inward
  • Using the tweezers push the edges of the back end of the Suction cup inward

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Flip the cover over and remove the Suction cup by pulling at an angle Be careful not to tear the plastic housing
  • Flip the cover over and remove the Suction cup by pulling at an angle

  • Be careful not to tear the plastic housing

  • During reassembly, make sure to press down uniformly on the suction cup for an even fit

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Conclusion

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

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