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はじめに

If your device is no longer making any sounds or playing music, it is possible that your music player will need to be replaced. This is a small speaker system located in the bottom of your claw machine. In order to access this you will need to remove the bottom cover. Following this guide will make the music player replacement an easy task for any user.

  1. The Claw Music Player Replacement, Bottom Cover: 手順 1、 1の画像 1
    • Place The Claw in upright position with controls facing you.

  2. The Claw Music Player Replacement: 手順 2、 1の画像 1
    • Gently flip The Claw machine upside down with the controls facing you.

  3. The Claw Music Player Replacement: 手順 3、 1の画像 1
    • Remove all ten screws from the bottom cover using a Phillips #1 screwdriver.

    • You will need a screwdriver with a long thin neck to fit in the screw holes.

  4. The Claw Music Player Replacement: 手順 4、 2の画像 1 The Claw Music Player Replacement: 手順 4、 2の画像 2
    • Slide the bottom cover off to the side.

    • Do not completely remove bottom cover as it is still connected to wires.

  5. The Claw Music Player Replacement: 手順 5、 1の画像 1
    • Complete removal of the bottom cover is not necessary, however if you feel you need to take the cover completely off the machine to complete your task it can be done by the following process.

    • You will need to cut the two green wires attached to the music player.

    • Then you will need to cut the white wire that leads to the battery compartment.

    • Finally you will need to cut the black wire leading to the battery compartment as well.

    • The complete removal of the bottom cover requires the cutting and soldering of wires. For help with soldering reference: はんだ付けとはんだ除去の作業ガイド.

  6. The Claw Music Player Replacement, Music Player: 手順 6、 1の画像 1
    • Turn the bottom panel over to have easy access to the music player.

  7. The Claw Music Player Replacement: 手順 7、 1の画像 1
    • Locate the music player inside the device.

    • Be sure you have turned the device off and removed the batteries before you reach into the machine with your hands or any metal tools.

  8. The Claw Music Player Replacement: 手順 8、 1の画像 1
    • Locate the screws that hold the music player in place and remove them with a Phillips screwdriver.

    • The complete removal of the music player requires the cutting of existing wires and soldering new wires to the new player. For help with soldering reference: はんだ付けとはんだ除去の作業ガイド

終わりに

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

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I only cut one of the wires connecting to the soundbox and the sound completely stopped. Im not too upset bc that was my goal, but I did want to see how much quieter it would get.

Also, to anybody who might have the same problem as me: After I cut the sound wire the machine would not turn on at all and I was very confused. Turns out another wire (black wire connecting the circuit board to the + on the battery pack) came loose. I stripped it a bit and got it back in place (albeit with a piece of tape) and it turns on fine now. So use more caution than you think you need when handling the floor of the machine, at least when the wires are still connected.

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Current problems:

1) left/right joystick not responding, but after a good jiggle its back to functioning again. Same happened with the machine not powering on again (this was after fixing the wire), but turn it upside down and back, and its working. And once everythings working, when you move the joysticks the red light in the prize chute flickers a bit. If i had to put money on it id say its the wire being attached to the battery pack with a $@$*!& little piece of tape, but ill try soldiering it back so i'll see if that fixes it

2) up/down function of the claw often gets stuck with a grinding sound. Releasing the joystick back to neutral and trying again usually gets it working, but id still like to fix it. Im pretty sure this is more of a mechanical issue than electric, but i still don't really know what the problem could be

I’ll update my comment if I find the solution to these issues. But be wary that im currently a software undergrad, not electrical/mech, so i honestly dont rlly know what Im talking abt lol

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