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Introducción

This is my first Teardown! Please don’t be negative about it. But, Constructive Criticism is welcome.

Este desmontaje no es una guía de reparación. Para reparar tu Sony Audio System RM-S100 Remote, utiliza nuestros manuales de servicio .

  1. On the back of the remote there will be a battery cover. Open it up. On the back of the remote there will be a battery cover. Open it up.
    • On the back of the remote there will be a battery cover. Open it up.

  2. See the little tab? Don't break the tab when you open it. That will make it un-close-able! Use your Spudger to open it up
    • See the little tab?

    • Don't break the tab when you open it. That will make it un-close-able!

    • Use your Spudger to open it up

    • Don’t snap your Spudger!

    • This is so incredibly hard to open. I recommend also using a 3.5mm Flat Head so you don’t snap your Spudger.

    • Voila! (Whatever that means...) Its open!

    • This is very hard to open without breaking the tab or your Spudger. The repairability score will take a hit.

  3. Let’s start by removing the red thing. You can remove it with your fingers. Now pull out the PCB. (It is best to pull by the springs.)
    • Let’s start by removing the red thing.

    • You can remove it with your fingers.

    • Now pull out the PCB. (It is best to pull by the springs.)

  4. Pull out the button pad. Now, pull out the spring.
    • Pull out the button pad.

    • Now, pull out the spring.

    • And thats it!

  5. A total of 7 parts. (I was expecting more.)
    • A total of 7 parts. (I was expecting more.)

    • I would give this a repairability score of 8 out of 10.

    • I almost Broke by Spudger =(

    • Insanely hard to open.

    • Easy to disassemble... once open.

    • No screws. (No Screws to lose! No need remember which screw goes where.)

    • Easy to assemble...unless the tab was broken.

Aiden Baker

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This is a great first teardown! =) Keep it up!

Sam Goldheart - Contestar

Thanks! I would do more but I don’t have much junk to disassemble that I don’t need.

Aiden Baker -

Hi @captainsnowball ,

FYI

voilà French exclamation - meaning “There it is!” or “There you are!”

The “red thing” in Step 3 is most probably an IR filter, to filter out visible light to improve IR operation

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