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Introduction

This guide will detail how to disassemble the maelstrom audio control device and repair a damaged wire connection.

Image 1/3: To do this roll the maelstrom over so the rubber cover on the back is facing up. The rubber pad simply peels off exposing the metal backplate. Image 2/3: Then remove the four 8.5mm screws on the back plate of the maelstrom. Image 3/3: Then remove the four 8.5mm screws on the back plate of the maelstrom.
  • To get to the maelstrom wiring you must first pull off the plastic cover.

  • To do this roll the maelstrom over so the rubber cover on the back is facing up. The rubber pad simply peels off exposing the metal backplate.

  • Then remove the four 8.5mm screws on the back plate of the maelstrom.

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Image 1/2: There is a ribbon wire connecting the volume wheel to the circuit board. This is not permanently attached, and can be plugged back in if it gets pulled out. Image 2/2: Remove the three 2mm screws from the circuit board to separate it from the back plate.
  • Once the four screws are removed, the top cover can be lifted off.

  • There is a ribbon wire connecting the volume wheel to the circuit board. This is not permanently attached, and can be plugged back in if it gets pulled out.

  • Remove the three 2mm screws from the circuit board to separate it from the back plate.

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Image 1/2: Peel back the tape on the wires to inspect any damage to the wires if there is any. Image 2/2: Peel back the tape on the wires to inspect any damage to the wires if there is any.
  • The circuit board is now completely separate from the housing and the wires can now be inspected.

  • Peel back the tape on the wires to inspect any damage to the wires if there is any.

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Conclusion

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

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Well for the last step the wires I peeled the wires by burning them on a gas ranger. Worked Perfectly.

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