SnoWay Button Repair Kit
Sno-way wired control 96107354
Snoway Hand Held Controller (Wireless) Old Series 96107355
The red and black power wires from the battery pack will break off easily if you bend, tug and pull on them. You must be extremely careful with the wires, especially if you cannot solder them back on yourself if they break off.
A T-7 Torx bit is needed to take the back cover off.
Also remove the battery cover and batteries.
The film must be removed. Use heat from a hair dryer to warm adhesive.
Remove entire film. Adhesive will be left behind and must be cleaned up.
Use Isopropyl alcohol and soak for about 5 minutes. Keep applying isopropyl to keep it from drying up.
Clean adhesive with paper towel or rag.
If you have Goo-Gone adhesive remover that will make this easier. Just a little soaked in a Q-Tip should do the trick. Clean up with Isopropyl after.
Leaving some adhesive is OK but must be away from the button contact areas
Peel brown paper off membrane.
It can be difficult to start and you may want to use a sharp blade to grab an edge.
Once you have an edge, the thin brown paper comes off very easily. If the paper is not removing easily then you are probably peeling the multi-layer keypad apart!!
Use the holes to line up the keypad.
The membrane pad should be installed AS FLAT AS POSSIBLE !!
DO NOT press down hard. Just put in place. The adhesive will keep the pad from moving as soon as it touches.
The rubber keypad has 4 pins that poke through holes on the PCB
The PCB needs to be tucked under the battery wires.
The PCB has 4 larger holes that line up with some short posts on the top plastic housing.
There is a small plug for the hole in wireless units
You can TEST the buttons after installation and re-assembly.
Hold down the DP button and press ON/OFF. The backlights will illuminate and flash every time a button is pressed except for the small round black button. To shut off, hold ON/OFF for 3 seconds.
SNO-WAY Controller Keypad Repair Kit
- Product Code: SNOWAY
- Availability: In Stock