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Sony ICF-C1T Volume Dial Replacement

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  1. Sony ICF-C1T Volume Dial Replacement, Volume Dial: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    Herramienta utilizada en este paso:
    Phillips #0 Screwdriver
    $5.49
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    • Remove the 4 (14mm) screws from the underside of the device using the Philips #0 Screwdriver.

    • Before beginning this step, make sure the clock is unplugged and the batteries have been removed.

  2. Sony ICF-C1T Volume Dial Replacement: paso 2, imagen 1 de 1
    Herramienta utilizada en este paso:
    iFixit Opening Tool
    $1.99
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    • Pry apart the edge of the top and side portions of the device using a flat-headed tool (i.e. flathead screwdriver, card, etc)

    • It is recommended to use the iFixit Opening Tools for optimal removal.

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    • Carefully separate the device by gently pulling up on the top of the clock/radio.

    • Use caution when pulling the top of the clock; the clock display is located directly behind the faceplate and still connected by multiple wires.

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    • To remove the motherboard, gently pull apart the sides of the device.

    • Do not pull hard on the motherboard, as it is still connected by multiple wires inside the device.

    • Be careful of sharp pieces.

    • It would be helpful, although not necessary, to have someone helping out with this step.

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    • Remove the volume dial by pulling it off the motherboard. This can take a little force to remove.

Conclusión

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

Un comentario

thanks for the great instructions. a few notes: it seems the “edit” comments were all left in above (“no edits necessary” and the stuff about highlighting parts of it). after step 3, there wasn’t instructions about removing the two screws from the motherboard, before step 4.

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