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Hearoid ® Omnibot ® - Disassembly Procedure

This process Addresses the Mechanical Disassembly of the Robot and does not address the Electronics. Accompany this Procedure is additional pictures that you can expand to see more details as needed. This Robot has IC's and Transistors and are of the earlier designs. Static discharge can damage the electronics. It is recommended that you have and use a Static grounding wrist strap.
1. Make sure the robot is shut off. Turn the left and right ears toward the front of the robot one quater turn. Do not force the ears because you can break off the ear tabs if they are forced. 2. Remove the faceplate and place all three parts in a safe remote place. If these parts are broken they cannot be replaced. 3. Open the rear door and remove the battery retainer and the large 6 V 4 AH DC rechargeable battery and the two small AA battery's. Close the door.

4. Turn the robot on to his back make sure that the head is free and not supporting the robot, then remove the six screws from the bottom of the robot keeping the base and housing together. Keep these longer screws seperate to reinstall the base. 5. Separate the bottom base slowly from the housingfrom the robot removing the (4) four seperators. 6. Turn the base and unplug the plug from the drivebox that go to the robot.

7. Remove the screw from the antenna that attachesto the housing.


8. Remove the six screws from the back of the robot, and spread it apart slowly and about (1 inch). (BE CAREFUL) 9. Seperate the front from the rear housing just enough to remove the head from the housing. 10. Unplug the head and put it aside.

11. Remove the right and left arms and place them on the table. 12. Open the rear door and remove the two plugs from the accessories interface board on the door. These two plugs and harness will have to be pushed into the robot. Remove the door.

13. Unplug the rest of the wires from the front and rear housing and seperate the housing. 14. The robot is disassembled. To reassemble reverse the procedure


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Source: My Collection - Updated 02-14-2009