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Introdução

Buttons can wear out over time or stop working completely. This guide will show how to remove the button panel on top of the device.

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  1. Wedge the spudger between the top and front panel on the right side of the device. Push down on the spudger, lifting the front panel away from the top panel until it pops out of the right side. Repeat for the left side of the device.
    • Wedge the spudger between the top and front panel on the right side of the device.

    • Push down on the spudger, lifting the front panel away from the top panel until it pops out of the right side.

    • Repeat for the left side of the device.

    • Too much pressure may break the panel, but it should flex slightly before it pops out.

  2. Once the panel is released on the left side, wedge the spudger between the top panel and front grill of the device as shown. Apply pressure and move the spudger upward until the front grill pops out. Repeat for the right side of the device.
    • Once the panel is released on the left side, wedge the spudger between the top panel and front grill of the device as shown.

    • Apply pressure and move the spudger upward until the front grill pops out.

    • Repeat for the right side of the device.

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  4. Lift the front grill away from the device.
    • Lift the front grill away from the device.

  5. Turn the device around. Wedge the spudger into the larger part of the gap under the back of the device.
    • Turn the device around.

    • Wedge the spudger into the larger part of the gap under the back of the device.

  6. Move the spudger up until the button panel is loose.
    • Move the spudger up until the button panel is loose.

    • Push forward on the back of the button panel to disconnect the panel from the top of the device.

  7. Turn the device around. Pull the button panel forward with one hand and push the screen assembly into the device with the other to disconnect the button panel.
    • Turn the device around.

    • Pull the button panel forward with one hand and push the screen assembly into the device with the other to disconnect the button panel.

Conclusão

To reattach the button panel, place the panel in it's proper location. Press down and secure into place.

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granddeutsch - Responder

Reason to get this button panel out was to remove rubber membrane and circuit board to clean dirty contacts. First clean contacts with soapy water , dry and clean with q-tip soaked in isopropyl alcohol. Dry carefully with paper towel and very lightly brush contacts of both with 1000 grit wet-dry sandpaper. This fixes buttons that don't work.

Rez Matèz - Responder

How do I get the button panel apart? It’s closed using melted rivets!

https://imgur.com/gallery/a8glwkm

https://i.imgur.com/MS7qvQD.jpg

David Sutherland - Responder

I have never dismantled my personal wave radio but after looking at your pics @turnkit I would suggest the following:

Using a razor saw cut the melted portions of the “rivets” off. I recommend wearing gloves while doing that. I suffered many cuts from those nasty things in my youth working with plastic models! Another perhaps easier option is to grind off the melted portions with a dremel or other rotary tool with a small sanding drum or other suitable tool bit. You should be able to reattach with a dab of epoxy over the tops of these when you are finished servicing the innards of the button panel. Ours still works perfectly after nearly 25 years, we rarely use the alarm or even the radio anymore as we are retired. It is a fine clock radio and has always maintained settings and time through all those years of flakey rural electric service outtages.

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