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Introducción

This guide will demonstrate how to properly replace the nose spring for the Hatchimal Draggle. The nose spring can be accessed by first removing the wings and fur .

  1. lay the Hatchimal on its side.
    • lay the Hatchimal on its side.

  2. Using the plastic opening tool, push in on the purple clip.
    • Using the plastic opening tool, push in on the purple clip.

  3. Pull the wing off of the hatchimal.
    • Pull the wing off of the hatchimal.

    • The wing should come off with little resistance.

  4. Cut the fur retaining zip-tie with a pair of scissors. Cut the fur retaining zip-tie with a pair of scissors.
    • Cut the fur retaining zip-tie with a pair of scissors.

  5. Lift the fur up until it can't go further. Lift the fur up until it can't go further.
    • Lift the fur up until it can't go further.

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  7. Use the spudger tool to push up on the black clip to free it. Pull the clip out. Pull the clip out.
    • Use the spudger tool to push up on the black clip to free it.

    • Pull the clip out.

  8. Lift fur up to reveal the next set of clips. Insert a spudger to push up on the black clip to free it. Pull out the clip.
    • Lift fur up to reveal the next set of clips.

    • Insert a spudger to push up on the black clip to free it.

    • Pull out the clip.

  9. Lift the fur up and over the Hatchimals Head. Remove the six 12mm Phillips #00 screws from then body.
    • Lift the fur up and over the Hatchimals Head.

    • Remove the six 12mm Phillips #00 screws from then body.

  10. Pull the casing apart. Remove the yellow speaker cable.
    • Pull the casing apart.

    • Remove the yellow speaker cable.

  11. Remove the three 7mm Phillips #00 screws from the head. Remove the wheel base and the circuit board carefully not to damage the spring. Remove the wheel base and the circuit board carefully not to damage the spring.
    • Remove the three 7mm Phillips #00 screws from the head.

    • Remove the wheel base and the circuit board carefully not to damage the spring.

  12. Push the six black fur clips out using the spudger. Remove the fur completely.
    • Push the six black fur clips out using the spudger.

    • Remove the fur completely.

  13. Using the angled tweezers tool, disconnect the spring that is attached to the nose from the lever. Using the angled tweezers tool, disconnect the spring that is attached to the nose from the lever.
    • Using the angled tweezers tool, disconnect the spring that is attached to the nose from the lever.

  14. Separate the body casing from the core and circuit board.
    • Separate the body casing from the core and circuit board.

    • Don't damage the small wire connected from the top of the head to the circuit board.

  15. Remove a single 7mm Phillips #00 screw from the break.
    • Remove a single 7mm Phillips #00 screw from the break.

    • Remove the spring.

Conclusión

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

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