With the drone flat on the ground, identify which propeller guard you will be replacing.
  • With the drone flat on the ground, identify which propeller guard you will be replacing.

    • Tip: This guide will be referring to the front and back of the drone. The front is where there are no wires exposed.

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With the plastic opening tool, pry the side of the guard closest to the front or the back of the drone depending on where you decided to start from. After prying off one side of the guard, pushing down on the same side will released the other side of the clip.
  • With the plastic opening tool, pry the side of the guard closest to the front or the back of the drone depending on where you decided to start from.

  • After prying off one side of the guard, pushing down on the same side will released the other side of the clip.

    • Repeat this step for the following side as needed.

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With the replacement guard line up the clips and push the clips into place. After the guard has been attached to the drone, pinch the clips as you push the guards to ensure they are secured.
  • With the replacement guard line up the clips and push the clips into place.

  • After the guard has been attached to the drone, pinch the clips as you push the guards to ensure they are secured.

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Conclusion

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

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