Introduction

This guide shows how to replace the back casing of the guitar.

Parts

No parts required.

Flip the bass onto its backside, so that the strummer is facing the table and the battery compartment is facing you.
  • Flip the bass onto its backside, so that the strummer is facing the table and the battery compartment is facing you.

  • Use a J1 Phillips head screwdriver to remove ten 5mm short screws.

  • Use a J1 Phillips head screwdriver to remove four 5mm long screws.

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Flip the bass to the front, with the strummer and fret buttons facing you.
  • Flip the bass to the front, with the strummer and fret buttons facing you.

  • Use a J1 Phillips head screwdriver to remove two 10mm silver, short screws.

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Flip the bass on its back again, so that the strummer is facing down and the battery compartment is facing you. Pull off the back whole panel so that the bass is now open.
  • Flip the bass on its back again, so that the strummer is facing down and the battery compartment is facing you.

  • Pull off the back whole panel so that the bass is now open.

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Conclusion

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

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