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  • Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 4.8mm Phillips #1 screw on the battery cover by twisting the screwdriver counter-clockwise.

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  • Then simply remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out.

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Image 1/3: First you have to hook up that notch. Image 2/3: Then firmly use a PH1 screwdriver to secure it. Image 3/3: Then firmly use a PH1 screwdriver to secure it.
  • Take care when you want to close it. There is a notch.

  • First you have to hook up that notch.

  • Then firmly use a PH1 screwdriver to secure it.

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  • Remove 4 13.8mm screws holding the device back using a Phillips #1 screw driver.

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  • Removed 1 4.8mm phillips head screw with a #0 Phillips head screw driver and lift away battery pack being conscientious of wires.

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Image 1/2: Once the screws have been removed slide off the spring. Image 2/2: Once the screws have been removed slide off the spring.
  • Remove 2 7.2mm phillips head screws with a #0 Phillips head screw driver.

  • Once the screws have been removed slide off the spring.

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Image 1/3: Once the screw has been removed lift up the black plastic piece. Image 2/3: Once the screw has been removed lift up the black plastic piece. Image 3/3: Once the screw has been removed lift up the black plastic piece.
  • Removed 1 7.5mm phillips screw with a #0 Phillips screw driver.

  • Once the screw has been removed lift up the black plastic piece.

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  • Remove 4 7.5mm Phillips head screws with a #0 Phillips screw driver.

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  • Remove the two buttons, noting how wires are placed for reassembly.

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Image 1/2: Tilt assembly up but being wary that it is still attached to front panel. Image 2/2: Tilt assembly up but being wary that it is still attached to front panel.
  • Lift the button board up and away to clear room for lifting motherboard.

  • Tilt assembly up but being wary that it is still attached to front panel.

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  • Slide the toothed slider towards you to remove.

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Image 1/1: Once aligned reinsert the toothed slider at the exact point shown.
  • First with the toothed slider removed align the two black lines together by moving the belt back and forth.

  • Once aligned reinsert the toothed slider at the exact point shown.

be careful at the top blue button (on/off) that might come off when you align the belt

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  • Lift the assembly to gain access to connection point under the assembly.

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  • Remove 2 7.5mm long Phillips screws with a #0 Phillips screw driver.

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  • With connector removed clean both boxed sections with rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab. Allow time to properly dry before reassembling.

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Conclusion

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

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