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Este teardown (desmontagem analítica) não é um guia de reparo. Para reparar seu/sua LaCrosse Technology 5120 Weather Alarm Clock, use o nosso manual de serviço.

  1. Pretty nice clock! Let's take a look at the features. Time & Date Segments
    • Pretty nice clock! Let's take a look at the features.

    • Time & Date Segments

    • Indoor temperature & humidity segments

    • Outdoor temperature & humidity segments

    • Projector

    • Snooze & backlight button

    • Battery backup

  2. Before we get in, we need to remove the back screws. Use your THIN SHAFTED #1 Phillips Screwdriver. DO NOT REMOVE THE BACK YET!!!
    • Before we get in, we need to remove the back screws. Use your THIN SHAFTED #1 Phillips Screwdriver.

    • DO NOT REMOVE THE BACK YET!!!

  3. We will now open up the device VERY CAREFULLY! Grab the sides of the clock and lift. Then, push down on the circuit board and lift the cover off. Keep in mind that there are two thin red wires connecting the CB to the temperature sensor. DO NOT force the cover off.
    • We will now open up the device VERY CAREFULLY!

    • Grab the sides of the clock and lift. Then, push down on the circuit board and lift the cover off.

    • Keep in mind that there are two thin red wires connecting the CB to the temperature sensor. DO NOT force the cover off.

  4. So, now that we have it open, let's take a look at the inside.
    • So, now that we have it open, let's take a look at the inside.

    • Piezo

    • Temperature & humidity sensor

    • Battery terminals

    • A whole bunch of capacitors

    • Snooze & backlight buttons

  5. Use your THIN SHAFTED #1 Phillips screwdriver to remove these three screws. Use your THIN SHAFTED #1 Phillips screwdriver to remove these three screws.
    • Use your THIN SHAFTED #1 Phillips screwdriver to remove these three screws.

  6. Remove the black holder that is holding the projector in by pushing up on the bottom of it with your fingers. Then use a metal opening tool to put a medium pressure on the clamp, and at the same time, push the projector outwards. Now it's off!
    • Remove the black holder that is holding the projector in by pushing up on the bottom of it with your fingers.

    • Then use a metal opening tool to put a medium pressure on the clamp, and at the same time, push the projector outwards.

    • Now it's off!

  7. Pull up on the back cover while jiggling it to get it off. Then, simply pull out the projector. Then, simply pull out the projector.
    • Pull up on the back cover while jiggling it to get it off.

    • Then, simply pull out the projector.

  8. Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver (any shaft size is fine) to remove the four screws holding the two sides of the projector together to separate them. Then, CAREFULLY remove the plastic black square above the screen, and then the screen itself. Done with the projector! PLEASE be very cautious NOT to crack the screen because the liquid crystal is TOXIC!
    • Use a Phillips #1 screwdriver (any shaft size is fine) to remove the four screws holding the two sides of the projector together to separate them.

    • Then, CAREFULLY remove the plastic black square above the screen, and then the screen itself. Done with the projector!

    • PLEASE be very cautious NOT to crack the screen because the liquid crystal is TOXIC!

  9. Remove the five screws holding the screen in. This step is short because of the limited amount of pictures per step.
    • Remove the five screws holding the screen in.

    • This step is short because of the limited amount of pictures per step.

  10. Now, lift the CB up and separate it from the screen. Remove all of the things like the backlight filter and distributor. Finally, CAREFULLY remove the screen, buttons, and button frame.
    • Now, lift the CB up and separate it from the screen.

    • Remove all of the things like the backlight filter and distributor.

    • Finally, CAREFULLY remove the screen, buttons, and button frame.

    • PLEASE be very cautious NOT to break the screen because the liquid crystal inside of it is TOXIC!

  11. That's all! You did it! Thanks for following my guide! Please check out my other guides on my profile. See ya!
    • That's all! You did it! Thanks for following my guide! Please check out my other guides on my profile. See ya!

Liam Kandell

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