Inleiding

This tutorial will provide the necessary information on how to replace a power cable in the Crosley CR42.

  1. Turn the device around until you are looking at the line-out port.
    • Turn the device around until you are looking at the line-out port.

    • With a cordless drill or Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the ten 12-mm screws.

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  2. Gently remove the back of the device. It should be connected by two wires.
    • Gently remove the back of the device. It should be connected by two wires.

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    • Gently remove both wires.

    • After de-threading the antenna wire, remove the back of the device and set it aside.

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    • Locate where the power cable connects to the device.

    • Pick up the device and locate the screw holding the small black peg to the device. Unscrew it and set the screw aside.

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    • With the pliers, remove the wire connectors. You may need to be forceful

    • It is wise to attach a marking in order to recognize how the wires should be reattached.

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    • Pull apart both groups of wires.

    • After getting your replacement power cord, make sure you recognize how the wires should reattach.

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    • Twist the connecting wires together.

    • Attach the twist-on wire connectors to the exposed wires.

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Conclusie

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

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