Introduction

A broken or cracked cymbal can be very hazardous to small children. Additionally, a damaged cymbal could prevent the drum set from working properly. This guide is designed to show how to correctly replace the green cymbal in order restore your drum set to a safe and functioning condition.

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  • Locate the battery panel that is centered between the three leg supports at the bottom of the drum set.

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Image 1/1: You can also use a small coin to loosen the screw.
  • To remove the battery panel, loosen the 10 mm panel screw using a flathead 4.0 screwdriver.

  • You can also use a small coin to loosen the screw.

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  • Using your fingers, pry open and remove the back battery panel.

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  • Use your fingers to remove each battery from its housing.

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  • Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, loosen and remove the six 14 mm screws.

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Image 1/2: When removing the bottom panel, be careful not to pull too hard in order to prevent damaging the connections from the motherboard to the speaker and power source. Image 2/2: When removing the bottom panel, be careful not to pull too hard in order to prevent damaging the connections from the motherboard to the speaker and power source.
  • With your hands, separate the bottom panel from the drum set.

  • When removing the bottom panel, be careful not to pull too hard in order to prevent damaging the connections from the motherboard to the speaker and power source.

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  • Use Phillips #2 screwdriver to loosen and remove the single 16 mm screw.

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  • Using your hands, remove the blue cymbal stand from the orange base.

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  • Loosen and remove the two 14 mm screws using a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

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  • Using your hands, separate the two halves of the blue cymbal stand.

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  • Using your hands, separate the green cymbal from the blue cymbal base.

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  • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, loosen and remove the three 12 mm screws located on the bottom of the green cymbal.

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  • Using your hands, separate the green cymbal from the green cymbal base.

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  • Using your hands, pull apart the green cymbal from the yellow light casing.

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Conclusion

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

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