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Parts & Tools

Introducción

The watch is opened and i think it won't be waterrestant any more after this.

  1. With opening picks we start to open the watch by lifting up the display bottom from left (about seven o'clock) in counterclockwise direction. In the left side there is a flexband that has to be disconnected. With opening picks we start to open the watch by lifting up the display bottom from left (about seven o'clock) in counterclockwise direction. In the left side there is a flexband that has to be disconnected.
    • With opening picks we start to open the watch by lifting up the display bottom from left (about seven o'clock) in counterclockwise direction. In the left side there is a flexband that has to be disconnected.

  2. Three screws are removed.
    • Three screws are removed.

  3. down on the left, a Flexband is carefully folded up and loosened. Below it, another screw is visible.
    • down on the left, a Flexband is carefully folded up and loosened. Below it, another screw is visible.

    • Remove this screw.

  4. Then the board can be removed carefully. If you look closely at the keys, you can see that the defective key no longer carries rubber dabs.
    • Then the board can be removed carefully.

    • If you look closely at the keys, you can see that the defective key no longer carries rubber dabs.

    • With a needle, the smallest drops of superglue are dripped into place of the missing rubber.

    • Now put everything together in reverse order. Remove the sealant before applying the display and stick it around with a new Tesa 61395 Tape 1mm.

    • Then insert the display and press down.

Conclusión

Repeat the steps in reverse order to reassemble your device.

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Vasco Dunker

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thanks , I managed to fix my pebble time steel with this guide. it may not be waterproof but at least my buttons no longer stick…

I think the reason it failed was because some water already got inside… could get my pebble starting anymore

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