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cmm47172
Level 7

Have any idea how to disassemble the RC-AL4?

Have any idea how to disassemble the RC-AL4?

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Tivoburkee
Level 21

Re: Have any idea how to disassemble the RC-AL4?

This goes for any remote you might want take apart. At the bottom of the remote. the **bleep**, where your hand usually doesn't slide around, pry apart enough to get edge of a credit card in, then slide it along the popping the catches. 

Edmund
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cmm47172
Level 7

Re: Have any idea how to disassemble the RC-AL4?

Not sure what you mean by "At the bottom of the remote. the **bleep**, where your hand usually doesn't slide around".

I know I can basically pry anything apart. I'm looking to know what the best approach is to keep from breaking the remote.

Under the battery cover there is a screw that obviously needs to be removed first before prying at it.

After that it may be a good idea to start to pry form one end or the other to keep from damaging the remote, I'm not sure.

This is the sort of input I'm looking for however; I do appreciate your response.

 

 

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makaiguy
Level 21

Re: Have any idea how to disassemble the RC-AL4?


@cmm47172 wrote:

Not sure what you mean by "At the bottom of the remote. the **bleep**, where your hand usually doesn't slide around".


This community (bulletin board) software is set up to censor objectionable words and replaces them with "**bleep**".    Sometimes it's really mystifying what words it chooses to censor.

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Tivoburkee
Level 21

Re: Have any idea how to disassemble the RC-AL4?

In this case it was another name for rear end. 

Edmund
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