Parts

No parts required.

Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 4.8mm Phillips #1 screw on the battery cover by twisting the screwdriver counter-clockwise. Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 4.8mm Phillips #1 screw on the battery cover by twisting the screwdriver counter-clockwise.
  • 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. Then simply remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out. Then simply remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out.
  • Then simply remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out.

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

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Lift directly up to remove the switch and lay the wire down to the side. Once the switch has been taken out you can remove the switch's casing. Once the switch has been taken out you can remove the switch's casing.
  • Lift directly up to remove the switch and lay the wire down to the side.

  • Once the switch has been taken out you can remove the switch's casing.

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Conclusion

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

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Good work.

I have done it the same way,

the wire at the switch was bad soldered,

but it was easy to repair it and i soldered it new.

Nice.

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