Introduction

If the device is not changing speed it may be because of a broken speed adjuster.

Unscrew the locking sleeve.
  • Unscrew the locking sleeve.

Remove the hanging clip.
  • Remove the hanging clip.

Unscrew the six 8mm PH2 screws. Unscrew the six 8mm PH2 screws.
  • Unscrew the six 8mm PH2 screws.

While pressing the spindle lock button, unscrew the collet nut and remove it along with the brass collet.
  • While pressing the spindle lock button, unscrew the collet nut and remove it along with the brass collet.

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To remove the front panel, pry the device apart while holding the device with the other hand.
  • To remove the front panel, pry the device apart while holding the device with the other hand.

  • The front panel should come out easily.

Identify the screws. Unscrew the two 3mm phillips PH2.
  • Identify the screws.

    • Unscrew the two 3mm phillips PH2.

    • Don't forget to put them appart from the ones unscrewed before.

    • Don't forget to put them appart from the ones unscrewed before.

    • Phillips PH2

    • Flathead 2.5mm

Remove the place boar carefully.
  • Remove the place boar carefully.

Pull out the power cable connectors.
  • Pull out the power cable connectors.

Pull out the cord sleve for the new cable replacement.
  • Pull out the cord sleve for the new cable replacement.

Remove the connected wiring from the circuit board.
  • Remove the connected wiring from the circuit board.

Remove the single 4mm screw retaining the circuit board.
  • Remove the single 4mm screw retaining the circuit board.

Gently pry the circuit board from the back piece.
  • Gently pry the circuit board from the back piece.

Conclusion

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

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