Inleiding

Normally these buttons get damaged from pushing them too hard. The tactile switch stops bending and making contact, or it just bends all the way and wont stop changing your settings.

  1. Turn off the transmitter and take out the batteries.
    • Turn off the transmitter and take out the batteries.

  2. This is the button that's not working. All the other buttons have the same parts so if a different button is damaged, you can replace it the same way.
    • This is the button that's not working. All the other buttons have the same parts so if a different button is damaged, you can replace it the same way.

  3. On the lower side of the transmitter there is a small stick holding the compartment cover. Push it with your Torx Screwdriver so that the stick slides out, releasing the compartment cover. Push it with your Torx Screwdriver so that the stick slides out, releasing the compartment cover.
    • On the lower side of the transmitter there is a small stick holding the compartment cover.

    • Push it with your Torx Screwdriver so that the stick slides out, releasing the compartment cover.

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  5. Remove the 4 torx screws on the back.
    • Remove the 4 torx screws on the back.

  6. Remove the back cover and remove one more torx screw on the upper left corner.
    • Remove the back cover and remove one more torx screw on the upper left corner.

  7. Carefully remove the front cover and locate the tactile switch that´s giving you a hard time.
    • Carefully remove the front cover and locate the tactile switch that´s giving you a hard time.

  8. With a spudger o a small flat head screwdriver, carefully remove tactile switch. It's not too hard to loosen up but you should do it softly.
    • With a spudger o a small flat head screwdriver, carefully remove tactile switch.

    • It's not too hard to loosen up but you should do it softly.

  9. Notice the metal contacts and the direction of the tactile switchs. The small metal tab faces your right. Place the new tactile switch. I didn't use glue but a tiny piece of 2mm adhesive sticker tape can work just as well.
    • Notice the metal contacts and the direction of the tactile switchs. The small metal tab faces your right.

    • Place the new tactile switch. I didn't use glue but a tiny piece of 2mm adhesive sticker tape can work just as well.

Conclusie

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

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Angela Penaherrera

Lid sinds: 06-05-13

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Hi -

I just want to say thank you! I made the repair exactly as shown and put a teeny drop of rubber cement in the middle of the new tactile plate to hold it in place, happy to say it all appears to work fine. As for the part itself, the part # is the same for the G3 and you can order from them in CT, USA.

cheers,

pete

peter tooke - Antwoord

Cool! I'm glad the guide helped you with your repair! do you happen to have the website for the store that sells them?

^_^

Angela

Angela Penaherrera -

Yup! This works. :-)

I have the Sennheiser ew100 G3. The "down" arrow button was stuck and I couldn't change anything in my menus. What a pain!

So, I ordered two of the buttons from www.fullcompass.com this last week (item number 072512). At fullcompass, they call it a "Switch, Power SK100G2/SK100G3". It's the same button for the up arrow, down arrow, on/off and set buttons. It was $1.99 each and I ordered 2 plus $3 shipping.

I used a small screwdriver to gently pop the old button off and it actually came out in two pieces instead of one.

Anyway, I placed the new button on the little prongs and made sure it faced the same direction as the other buttons on the board. I put a little (and I mean little) piece of electrical tape over the side of the button. I'm talking like 1mm wide by 1cm long.

Screwed everything back together and voila! Working Sennheiser. Saved me almost $100 in repair. :-)

Thanks!

AngelAndres - Antwoord

Always happy to know of a successful repair! Good job and thanks for sharing your story ^_^

Angela Penaherrera -

What holds the new switch on? How are the contacts made without soldering?

Charles Kaiser - Antwoord

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