Caution

In the cases where the controller's operation is not satisfactory or the controller sight deviates from the direction in which the controller is pointed, the controller's interior parts may have been damaged. Replace the parts by disassembling the controller in the following procedure: Also, be sure to perform sighting check in the test mode when the controller parts are replaced.

REPLACING THE MICROSWITCH

(^Disassemble the controller.

©Pull out the microswitch from COVER RIGHT.

^^ Take out the microswitch by removing the soldering from it.

^^ Bend the new Microswitch Actuator as shown.

^^ Solder the new microswitch and assemble the controller.

^^ By operating the Trigger, check if the Microswitch can be turned ON/OFF correctly.

REPLACING THE SENSOR UNIT

Disassemble the controller. ^^ Remove the sensor unit from COVER.

£ In order to prevent an electric shock and short circuit, be sure to turn power off before performing work by touching the interior parts of the product.

0 Be careful so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause an electric shock or short circuit accident.

0 Be very careful when soldering. Handling a soldering iron carelessly may result in a fire or a burn.

When securing the plastic-made parts, do not excessively fasten screws and nuts. Failure to observe this may damage the parts and cause injury due to fragments resulting from damage.

COVER RIGHT

COVER RIGHT

Approximately 7 mm

Approximately 8 mm j

MICROSWITCH ACTUATOR BENDING WORK

FIG. 10

Approximately 7 mm

Approximately 8 mm j

MICROSWITCH ACTUATOR BENDING WORK

FIG. 10

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