Introduction

This guide explains how to remove the wires from the weight sensor each of the motherboards inside the Ozeri Pronto ZK14-S in separate steps. Assistance may be necessary if you do not feel confident about using the iOpener.

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  • Twist the plastic plate slowly to the left to pull it away.

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  • Pry off the sticker at the bottom where the “Ozeri” logo is to reveal a screw. The sticker does not need to be completely removed for the next step.

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  • Using the 2.0 Flathead screwdriver, remove the 9.50 mm Phillips head screw under the sticker.

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  • Using the 2.0 Flathead screwdriver, remove the two 18.76 mm Phillips head screws in the plate stand.

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  • Using the 2.0 Flathead screwdriver, remove the 9.44 mm Phillips head screw on the end opposite of the LCD screen.

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  • Turn the device over so the back panel is facing up.

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  • Using the plastic opening tool, pry off each of the two rubber stubs on the right side and the two stubs on the left side of bottom of the device.

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  • Using the 2.0 Flathead screwdriver, remove of the four 9.46 mm Phillips head screws under the removed stubs.

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Image 1/2: Flip the device over so the LCD is facing up. Flip the front panel over on its side. Image 2/2: Be careful when separating the panels to avoid damaging the wires they are connected by.
  • Pry apart the two panels to separate them from each other.

  • Flip the device over so the LCD is facing up. Flip the front panel over on its side.

    • Be careful when separating the panels to avoid damaging the wires they are connected by.

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  • Using the 2.0 Flathead screwdriver, remove the three 7.20 mm screws on the back of the center LCD motherboard.

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Image 1/1: Be careful when standing up the LCD motherboard to avoid damaging the wires it is connected to.
  • Stand the center motherboard up.

    • Be careful when standing up the LCD motherboard to avoid damaging the wires it is connected to.

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Image 1/1: Use caution when handling the soldering iron since it can get very hot.
  • Desolder the post the damaged wire is attached to on the motherboard.

    • Use caution when handling the soldering iron since it can get very hot.

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Image 1/1: Use caution when handling the iOpener since it can get very hot.
  • Using the iOpener, warm the glue on the weight sensor the other end of the damaged wire is attached to.

    • Use caution when handling the iOpener since it can get very hot.

    • Refer to the following guide for detailed instructions on how to use the iOpener: iOpener (Legacy) Instructions

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Image 1/1: Repeat steps 13 and 14 to remove the end of a damaged wire from the other two motherboards.
  • Using the nylon or metal spudger, detach the end of the damaged wire from the weight sensor.

    • Repeat steps 13 and 14 to remove the end of a damaged wire from the other two motherboards.

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Conclusion

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

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