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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Autosampler Node, use our service manual.

  1. Generally, there will also be ultrasonic components, such as wires, present within the node. There is no ultrasonic connected to our node in order to focus entirely on the autosampler Generally, there will also be ultrasonic components, such as wires, present within the node. There is no ultrasonic connected to our node in order to focus entirely on the autosampler
    • Generally, there will also be ultrasonic components, such as wires, present within the node. There is no ultrasonic connected to our node in order to focus entirely on the autosampler

  2. Ensure you remove the battery first before doing anything else Ensure you remove the battery first before doing anything else Ensure you remove the battery first before doing anything else
    • Ensure you remove the battery first before doing anything else

  3. If you choose to disconnect the wires from the terminal, we recommend you either write down the wires' respective locations on the terminal, or consult our pin documentation when reassembling If you choose to disconnect the wires from the terminal, we recommend you either write down the wires' respective locations on the terminal, or consult our pin documentation when reassembling If you choose to disconnect the wires from the terminal, we recommend you either write down the wires' respective locations on the terminal, or consult our pin documentation when reassembling
    • If you choose to disconnect the wires from the terminal, we recommend you either write down the wires' respective locations on the terminal, or consult our pin documentation when reassembling

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  5. To disconnect the blue circled point on the solar charger, you have to remove the terminal at the blue circle on the board To disconnect the blue circled point on the solar charger, you have to remove the terminal at the blue circle on the board To disconnect the blue circled point on the solar charger, you have to remove the terminal at the blue circle on the board
    • To disconnect the blue circled point on the solar charger, you have to remove the terminal at the blue circle on the board

  6. Pull the module from the bottom; pulling the module in a different way may damage it Pull the module from the bottom; pulling the module in a different way may damage it Pull the module from the bottom; pulling the module in a different way may damage it
    • Pull the module from the bottom; pulling the module in a different way may damage it

  7. In the second image, one of the screws is already removed In the second image, one of the screws is already removed
    • In the second image, one of the screws is already removed

  8. With the interior of the small node removed, these are the components you should have (from left to right) The battery
    • With the interior of the small node removed, these are the components you should have (from left to right)

    • The battery

    • Solar charger with terminal still attached

    • Relay with terminal still attached

    • Module with antenna still attached

    • Board with 4 screws

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