Introduction

The holidays are about to finish and at some point, some of you will have to disassemble their christmas trees. You may take this teardown as an example of how to do it.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Christmas tree, use our service manual.

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  • The teardown shows a christmas tree Nano, but should you have a bigger - Classic one, you may follow these steps - upscaling everything.

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Image 1/2: Use caution and joy when opening your presents. Image 2/2: Use caution and joy when opening your presents.
  • First order of business: presents!

  • Use caution and joy when opening your presents.

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Image 1/2: Remove the power socket, should there be one on your tree. Image 2/2: Remove the power socket, should there be one on your tree.
  • Disconnect the power plug

  • Remove the power socket, should there be one on your tree.

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  • To remove the baubles, lift them gently and untangle the string from the branch.

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Image 1/3: All discrete electronic elements should be removed in this manner. Image 2/3: All discrete electronic elements should be removed in this manner. Image 3/3: All discrete electronic elements should be removed in this manner.
  • If you find a capacitor on your christmas tree, straighten its leads to detach it.

  • All discrete electronic elements should be removed in this manner.

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  • Protective hand-wear may come in handy.

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  • Remain gentle, even when an element is very difficult to untangle.

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  • To remove the top ornament, lift it upwards.

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Image 1/1: Begin with the light that was placed as the last. If you are uncertain, start from the topmost one.
  • Finally, remove the lights.

  • Begin with the light that was placed as the last. If you are uncertain, start from the topmost one.

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Image 1/1: The christmas tree is disassembled!
  • Before you run around barefoot in celebration, clean up.

  • The christmas tree is disassembled!

  • Thank you for reading, hope you are having a happy holiday.

  • Fix yourself a wonderful year 2010!

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baq

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